- Platform: Nintendo DS
- PEGI Rating: Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
- Media: Video Game
Soul Bubbles (Nintendo DS)
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Top Customer Reviews
It has the puzzle element of the Zelda games along with the easy playing action of Cooking Mama. A classic!
The artwork is stunning, and I found myself enjoying looking at the backdrops as much as I did actually playing the game. The soundtrack is well considered, with soft music and nature sounds playing in the background. It's a very relaxing experience.
My only concern is with the game's longivity, as it can be finished fairly quickly. However, I would still rate it as an excellent purchase - it may not last long, but it doesn't really need to. The overall experience is just sublime.
There are two little niggles with it. First, you can only save one game, which is a pity as my sister would have liked a go, and secondly, sometimes the question markers are a little beyond a problem which means spending a little too long on one part. However, these really are small problems and will not affect the gameplay.
This is such a gem of a game. It is a pity there are only seven levels but it's something which can easily be replayed. For the price it is at the moment, it's a steal. If you're looking for something new to play, get this game, and don't worry, everything will be hunky dorie at the end!
I love this game for several reasons, the main one being the actual physics of the bubbles, which bounce, squeeze and float their way around the landscapes in a very realistic way, all with gentle movements of the stylus. The main character also acquires different skills during the adventure, such as cutting bubbles to make them easier to fit through small gaps, creating new bubbles and deflating current ones. All these abilities are controlled by the D-pad - again with the simplicity. And a final nod to the levels themselves - they are beautiful. Thoughtfully drawn and vividly coloured, and full of really nice touches like the dandelion clocks that shed their seeds when blown on, the jungle branches that flutter in the breeze, and the falling rain. These details show just how much thought has gone into this game. Mekensleep is definitely a developer to watch - Soul Bubbles shows that they seem to understand the capabilities of the DS console almost as well as Nintendo.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I think I liked this game but I quickly forgot it and now do not even remember having it. Maybe I should look at it again.Published on 19 Oct. 2013 by Ms. A. Stokell
This is a decent puzzle game that utilises the functions of the Nintendo DS; from the touch screen controls, to using the in-built microphone, (although the latter is seldom used). Read morePublished on 5 May 2013 by Mr S. Anthony
Highly recommended, great puzzles and a fairly relaxing experience. Get's pretty hard towards the end but I just can't put it down!Published on 29 Oct. 2011 by Royston Vasey
Really original game. Daughter loves it, and she's still got a load more fun to get out of it. Some people say they find it a bit confusing, but really - you soon get the hang of... Read morePublished on 20 Sept. 2011 by FlimFlam
I couldn't believe I found such a game at the local co-op supermarket. This really is a class game. It's so much fun but in a calm way and can get quite tricky towards the end. Read morePublished on 6 Dec. 2010 by Amazon Customer
This is probably a good game for the kiddies but not for gamers such as myself who is in my thirties. Very boring and repetitive after a while.Published on 8 Oct. 2009 by Ms. S. Carne
I only gave this game 4 stars, as although it is brilliant fun, I was addicted to it for about... 2 days? Read morePublished on 23 Aug. 2009 by H. C. Jerrome
Being an older Nintendo DS player, i am often bored by the choice of games that dont have some kind of racing, shooting or mindless inane boredom inducing platform games, until i... Read morePublished on 19 Aug. 2009 by gypsydreamer
This is a gorgeous game. I bought it because of the excellent reviews. The people who finished it quickly must have better co-ordination than I have, some parts took me a long... Read morePublished on 12 July 2009 by Amazon Customer