Below are links to all the free Bubble flash games on this site. There are several bubble-shooter games here, so enjoy!
These free Bubble games are available to play anytime. No registration or logging-in needed.
Just go to the game page and start playing!
Bubble shooters make great brain games. They train concentration and visual perception brain skills.
Like most free online games on this site, these bubble games were created in Adoble Flash. To play bubble flash games, you'll need the free Adobe Flash Player installed in your browser.
Different options and features are built into the various online bubble games, but these games all follow the same basic concept and rules, as follows:
RULES: In the game, you are manning a bubble-shooting cannon. The cannon is usually located at the bottom center of the screen.
When the game begins, rows of bubbles start to fall from the top of the screen toward your cannon.
Your cannon doesn't shoot projectiles at the bubbles. Instead, in these bubble flash games you actually shoot more bubbles to get rid of the existing bubbles.
A different colored bubble is loaded in your bubble cannon for each shot. Aim at groups of bubbles at the top of the screen that match the color of the bubble you are about to shoot.
Form a three-of-a-kind (by color) or higher, and the entire attached group of colored bubbles fall and are eliminated.
Don't allow any bubbles to reach the bottom of the screen, or the game is over!
If this is your first time playing bubble flash games and you're not quite sure you understand the instructions, don't worry.
Bubble shooter games are not complicated. Some people even find them relaxing. Just give one a try, and I'm sure you'll get the idea.
Following are the free online bubble games on this site. Click the picture of game or the Play Now link in the description.
This opens the game page for that particular bubble game. To open the game, click the Small, Medium, or Large link under the picture of the bubble game on that page.
Save the home of poor "Aquatic." He's the blue guy in the lower right of the game.
Aquatic's cave is about to be flooded by a cascade of bubbles. You need to shoot down the bubbles before they reach the water below.
Keep an eye on the bubble counter on the left side of the screen. At first you might think your goal is to pop all the bubbles on the screen. However, you actually only need to pop the minimum number of bubbles for that level.
The blue column on the left indicates how many bubbles you've popped thus far. So if the bubble group gets close to the water, you can often still finish the level by quickly popping a few big groups all at once, if possible. Play Now
This is your basic bubble game. Thus, the not-so-original name Bubble Shooter. However, it is colorful and fun.
To get the most points, try to form combos with the most bubbles possible. For instance, popping a five of a kind earns you more points than a similar three of a kind.
The row of silver bubbles in the lower left indicates how many more misses are allowed before the stack descends again. When the lowest bubble in the stack reaches the level of your bubble gun, the game is over.
If there's a path open, you can actually ricochet (bounce) the bubble you shoot off the left or right wall. Play Now
This one is called Bubble Hit, and it follows the general bubble game concept.
The point of this bubble breaker game is to make the bubbles disappear faster than new ones appear. New rows of bubbles appear whenever the counter in the lower left goes below zero.
This game remembers your wins and losses during the current session. Click the Statistics button along the left to see your win/loss record or to reset.
Tip: One of the best ways to clear bubbles is to complete color groups that are located above other bubbles. Bubbles lower than your color group that are touching that group also disappear.
Bubble hit has a couple of optional settings. If you'd like to change the background color or the volume of the sound effects, click the Options button. Play Now
Bubble Trouble really is different. It doesn't follow the usually bubble popping rules.
Forget about matching colored bubbles. These bubbles are coming after you!
This game can also be played multiplayer, with a friend on the same computer. Or you can play solo.
Keep your character away from the bubbles. Don't let the bubbles touch you.
Use the Arrow keys on your keyboard for movement. Shoot arrows by pressing the Spacebar.
For the ultimate challenge, try playing Bubble Trouble in two player mode by yourself. Play Now
Bubble shooters aren't the only type of games that strengthen concentration and related brain skills. Pinball games, racing games, shell games, and even sports games are helpful in this respect. See the Concentration Games section for more.
As I mentioned above, these free bubble flash games can help keep your brain sharp. Play games like these often!
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