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Monster Bubbles Curse is a Modern Take on Buster Bros
There’s just something about classic games. Twenty years ago, games weren’t so much about the visuals and underlying technology. Rather, game developers focused on crafting fun titles from what little hardware resources were available. That said, when one takes a classic game and reimagines it by adding better graphics and a third dimension, the results are often spectacular.
If you spent your lunch money quarters playing Buster Bros and Pang back in the early 90s, XDA Forum Member santins has a game that you may wish to try. Monster Bubbles Curse serves as a modern take on the old classic. The objective of the game is to use various projectiles, spells, and weapons to defeat an onslaught of coming bubbles. However, a definite strategy is necessary because once you hit a bubble, it explodes into smaller bubbles. Luckily, you can earn in-game currency and upgrade weapons to help you better defeat your foes.
Make your way over to the game thread to relive the old 90s arcade experience in full, polished 3D glory.
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