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BUST-A-MOVE UNIVERSE is the next iteration in the popular puzzle series that has remained a fan favorite since it first appeared in 1994 as a TAITO® arcade game. While the standard gameplay mechanics remain the same – connect three or more colorful bubbles to make them disappear – several enhanced features will also make their debut in  BUST-A-MOVE UNIVERSE.

  • ENDLESS BUBBLE-POPPING FUN: Clear round after round in Puzzle Mode with its explosive boss battles, or take on 100-second, 300-second or Nonstop Bubbles in Challenge Mode
  • SIMPLE GAMEPLAY MECHANICS: Shoot, connect and burst bubbles of the same color
  • FULL 3-D EFFECTS: Engaging gameplay in a vibrant, 3-D universe
  • FAMILIAR CAST: Iconic characters Bub and Bob are instantly recognized by gamers as the heroes of  BUST-A-MOVE and  BUBBLE BOBBLE®
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