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Bubble Island

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Title Screen

Bubble Island

Developer: Wooga
Publisher: Wooga
Platform: Adobe Flash
Released internationally: January 11, 2012

DevTextIcon.png This game has hidden development-related text.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.

PrereleaseIcon.png This game has a prerelease article

See, this is why game preservation is important.
This game is defunct.
Do note the game no longer works at all without modifications. This is most likely due to the game's servers being shut down. As a result, further official developments with the game are unlikely to happen.

Bubble Island is your typical bubble shooter game, this one developed for Facebook.

Development-Related Text

Present in model.xml.

  stage:	(setup per stage)
  			bubbleSize= 1 for small, 2 for big.
  			frameSize= 1-5

  gameData: (setup per level)
  			id= level 1,2,3... 
			autoShoot= seconds in countdown.

  levelScores: (scoring parameters) 
  			explodeP= Points p explode Bubbles
			droppedP= points p dropped bubbles
			targetT= Targettime
			BPSec= Bonus p sec less than targettime
			targetSB= Target shot bubbles
			BPBubblesLess= Bonus p bubbles less shot
			BPBubblesMore= Malus p bubbles more shot
			maxMalus= Max Malus for shot bubbles

  setup: 	(bubble layout)
  			bubbleColors= R-red B-blue G-green Y-yellow P-purple O-orange K-blacK W-white
  			even & odd rows should have different total numbers of comma-delineated integers. 
			game matches randomly the available bubbleColors to integers.
			also available: 'x' for a blank space; 'm' for a metal bubble.

Unused Graphics

TestB bg.png

A test bubble.

Bubble sB score.png Bubble sB time.png Bubble bB score.png Bubble bB time.png

Score- and time-related abilities.

LivesB bg.png

A leftover from Adventure Mode, which was present in the pre-beta but taken out for the final game.