Frozen Bubble

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About this game

Android port of the Frozen Bubble game. Knock the bubbles down by forming clusters of three or more bubbles.

This version features 3 game modes: continuous Arcade, classic Puzzle, and versus play.

This game has no ads or in-app purchases.

Frozen Bubble for Android requires minimal permissions to support WiFi and Bluetooth network multiplayer.
Updated on
Sep 1, 2023

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27.8K reviews
robert leslie
October 8, 2020
it doesn't "merely launch." I think he's referring to the parameters. There are other ball shooting games with this same problem: the ball is launched "fair" enough, but then the guidance parameters take over and allow the CPU to reset the landing position, depending on how crucial the shot. This figuring & repositioning takes time, and on these RAM shy phones that's long enough to become visible, which you, using a computer, may not see. Still, it's fastest shooter, longest I've kept any game!
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August 7, 2020
Great port of the original. I've played it on and off since discovering it on LInux, and the translation to a touch interface is mostly working well. The way it jumps back into a retry if you tap after losing could stand to be changed to a confirmation dialog, and pausing is a bit of a mystery. What is even better than any other version on any other platform I'm aware of is that this version is accessible - the color bubbles also have geometric shapes to identify them. I don't have a device to try it, but you should be able to play this on a monochromatic screen. The app also appears to be the most stable version of the game ever.
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Philip Stephens
February 9, 2021
This game is fun. It could use a graphics update but I know it's an old game and it's forgiveable not having to deal with annoying ads and micro transactions. The top two rows aren't playable it looks like so you have to wait for them to drop a little for them to count. I get mild anxiety when it's getting close to the bottom and I'm frantically shooting bubbles trying to get a green one or trying to get into a crevice only to have it get caught at the bottom. But it's pretty addictive.
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What's new

Updated bluetooth permissions to support compatibility with newer versions of Android.