Children's Day Special: Bubble Dreams App
Article by George Norman
On 01 Jun 2011
A nice and fun iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad app you could try on a special occasion like the International Children’s Day (in case you don’t know this, today, the 1st of June, is International Children’s Day) is the Superfunplay-developed Bubble Dreams.

As I’ve already mentioned, today’s news will all be children-related news. So how does that apply to the Bubble Dreams app? The app is a rather fun game; the goal in this game is to give a sleeping child a good night’s sleep. You do this by correctly matching the bubbles that show up on the screen. If you correctly match the bubbles, the child will not have nightmares and will sleep soundly.

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The concept of the game is rather simple, but entertaining nonetheless. Simply tap on two matching bubbles to score points, tap on more than two matching bubbles to score bonus points. Nightmare bubbles (which sport an evil face) will show up when different bubbles collide. If too many nightmare bubbles are formed, the child will have nightmares. You have to keep nightmares at bay until morning comes and the child awakes. To get a better idea of what its like to play Bubble Dreams, check out this YouTube video.

“Bubble Dreams is a deceptively simple matching game that's easy to learn but difficult to master. Progress through increasingly challenging levels, using skill and luck to match dreams, earn bonuses and avoid dreaded nightmares! Includes three unlockable characters and a host of Game Center achievements to earn as you play,” says the game’s official description.

If you would like to get the Bubble Dreams app, you can grab it straight from the App Store here. The app is available in English, works with any iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad powered by iOS 3.0 or later, and costs $0.99.
If you would like to learn more about the app, you can do so on Superfunplay’s official site here.



Tags: Children, Apple, App Store, Bubble Dreams, iPhone, iPad
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