BUBBLE POND

An original bubble-pushing puzzle game!

Objective:
Cover the gray diagonal lines in each level with a small, medium, or large bubble (doesn't matter which size).

Controls:

Move:Arrow keys
Blow a bubble:Hold and release X key
Restart level:Hold Z key
Pause menu:Enter key

If you manage to beat the game, please post your "TOTAL BLOWN BUBBLES" score below!

StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux, HTML5
Rating
(2)
Authortrevorade
GenrePuzzle
Made withPICO-8
TagsPICO-8, Pixel Art
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard, Touchscreen

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Bubble Pond - Windows 857 kB
Bubble Pond - Linux 489 kB
Bubble Pond - Mac 1 MB

Development log

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I improved levels 7, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, and 25.

Great game! Can any of these levels be improved?

Awesome!  Glad to see you enjoyed my little game :)

Nice job figuring out the last level!  I honestly don't remember the optimal  bubble count per level.  You certainly have the smallest count from anyone else who has beaten the game and posted their scores :)

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Absolutely!  The mechanics and level design are unique and well made! Do you plan on making more levels?

Thanks! I love the last level the most because it made me analyze and plan ahead more than every other level. That's okay! Sweet! I wonder what other people's scores are? :o

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Woohoo! I totally cheesed level 18.


Nice work!  You win!  I'm pretty sure you're the first person to ever beat this ;)

18 is a bit lame, yeah.  I haven't quite worked out an elegant solution for it yet.

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Amazing! How did you manage to make mobile controls? For me it’s too laggy:/

Touch controls come from:
https://github.com/headjump/pico8_html_template

I modified the template to make the buttons fit better for this game and to add a Menu button (missing from the template).

As for lag, I just uploaded binaries for Windows, Mac, and Linux so maybe give one of those a try?