Take Revenge on the Bobblers and Free Your Dobbler Friends
The Dobblers were happy creatures that lived in their land for ages. The grand Dobblers taught their younglings how to live a Dobbler life. Dobland was happy and full of joy. Then, the Booblers came and destroyed everything that the Dobblers loved. The poor Dobblers were then put in cages and their diamonds were stolen.
Dobbler, who is the main character in the game, was on vacation, drinking his favorite Doblerjito with lemon while all this happened. After he returned, he decided to take action, and this is where you come in.
Dobbler is a fun, 3D game created by XDA Senior Member MaartenXDA. Your goal is to complete all the levels in three different worlds full of traps and evil Bobblers trying to kidnap you. Collect all stars, destroy all enemies, and avoid traps to finish each level. If you can’t do this in one try, don’t worry, as the game features an active checkpoint system. To beat the game to completion, you need to collect all the stars, which are awarded for collecting the in-game stars and killing Bobblers.
This fun platform game can be downloaded from the game thread. Go get all the evil Bobblers!
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