Bubble FlyTrix 1.2
A Tetris-style arcade game for Windows PC, this game continues the Bubbles series from Absolutist.com.
The rules are simple: place the balls of the same color next to each other. They blow up when three or more come together, and remaining bubbles move up to fill the gap. More explosions - more points for you. No explosion - the time till new balls appear is counted down. There are three games, which differ in how bubbles are packed together. The main goal is to get as many points as you can. You then could take part in the online championship. This game contains three games with different playing fields and physics of bubble motion. These games have common rules and share the same high scores table. Various skill levels differ by the number of shots that you are allowed to fire without success. An Internet connection is only needed when you want to submit your results to the online tournament.
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