Bubble Shooting is a popular past time enjoyed by millions of gamers worldwide. For more than a decade Bubble Shooter has remained a popular genre of skill/puzzle game both on the web and more recently the app stores. The core gameplay is similar in most versions but there are different variations that suit different players. The game is usually played by shooting colored bubbles to match 3 or more of the same color to pop them.
Even if you have a favorite game it is still nice to play a new variations to enjoy a fresh challenge. Here are some of the key variations of bubble shooter game that you will find on FreeGames.org:
Example: Bubble Shooter These games have no end. Keep popping bubbles and last as long as you can before you get game over. In some games the bubbles will slowly move down the screen for instance in Descending Balls (that one is an older flash game so it will only work on PC). In other games they advance after you fail to make a match for a number of shots. An example of this is in Bubble Shooter. Every time you miss a shot your health will go down by one. When it reaches zero a new row of bubbles is added and health is restored. The amount of health you get cycles. Five the first time, then four, three, two, one the back to five. Keep an eye on your health!
Example: Bubble Shooter Levels In Bubble Shooter Levels gameplay is similar to Bubble Shooter. The key difference is that you progress through levels as you play. Each time you clear the screen you move to the next level which will have different parameters (for example less health or more bubble colors) to increase the level of challenge.
Example: Maya Bubbles In these games you must pass a series of increasingly difficult levels designed by the game developer. Maya Bubbles is a perfect example where your goal is to destroy bubbles and unlock mayan keys as you travel across the map. Each level has been designed by the developer who can craft interesting and novel puzzles to keep the game interesting as you progress.
Example: Dino Bubbles Dino Bubbles shakes up the formula a little by connecting the bubbles to a rotating while. When you shoot at the bubbles you also rotate the wheel potentially making more shots available.