The Player is able to choose from five DJ poppers, including two unlockable ones, along with four grooving soundtracks. They are faced with rows of advancing bubbles of different colors. They can launch bubbles of their own. The idea is to create a row, column or stack of three or more bubbles. When that happens, they will pop. Each character has their own favorite bubble color and when they pop them, color energy is transferred to their special jar. Once the jar is full, The player can unleash their super special attack. During the puzzles, the player is also provided with nine different special attacks that they can obtain by getting special bubbles. The current special attack the player has is displayed on a wheel called the Torus.
The game consists of three different one player difficulty modes along with a training mode, each having fifty levels of bubble popping puzzles and a two-player mode that allows a player to compete for the higher score against a friend. Each level is allowed to be won by popping all of the bubbles or by collecting a certain amount of Level Stars.
The hairstyling product
Super Bubble Pop is also a styling gum from Vain International. It can be used to experiment with different hairstyles in a no-fuss manner, and can easily be washed away.
The tie-in between the game and the styling gum came about by the CEOs of Zombie Studios and Vain International being in love and wanting to develop an innovative product within their respective industries.
- Original Super Bubble Pop website – courtesy of the Internet Archive.
- Super Bubble Pop – PC Game
- Super Bubble Pop – Sweet Styling Gum
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