Game – Bubble Jump for Windows Phone 7
XDA member Pandalot Games presents Bubble Jump for Windows Phone 7 devices. This is an addictive game that takes a little innovative twist from the Birdy Bounce / Doodle Jump genre: rather than bouncing on platform, the idea of the game is to hit and burst bubbles as you rise up in the sky: hit the bubbles and you go up, miss them and you will lose your inertia and fall. You control a fluffy pink being (Rutherford) that can jump high in the skies with the power of popping. The direction is controlled by tilting your phone.
The game features endless play mode with increasing challenges, over 100+ handmade bubble ‘stages’, and 3 power ups. You can find it for free on the market.
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Originally posted by Pandalot Games
[GAME] Bubble Jump -[R]- 5 JAN 2011 -[V]- 1.0
Name: Bubble Jump
Bubble Jump is a free game just released on Windows Phone Marketplace. Our hero is Rutherford, a cute and cuddly furball with ambitions of soaring into the clouds. Hit the bubbles and power ups as you jump up, but watch out for gravity and obstacles.
Bubble Jump features an endless play mode with increasing challenges, over 100+ handmade bubble ‘stages’, and 3 power ups.
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