Bubble Memories

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Bubble Memories
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Video Game
[[Raster resolution 320×224 (Horizontal) Palette Colors 8192]]
Joystick, two buttons
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Bubble Memories is a video game by Taito released to arcades in 1995. It is the sequel to Bubble Symphony and is the fifth Bubble Bobble game (although it is listed as being the third). Unlike Bubble Symphony, this game stars only two dragons, Bub and Bob, like the original Bubble Bobble.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

Bubble Memories does very little to change the gameplay of the series, except for introducing giant enemies on some levels, different bosses, and a way to blow giant bubbles after charging up (especially for killing the giant enemies). (Giant bubbles can be blown by charging up the character. The bubble button is held until the character's horns begin flashing, and then releasing the button.) There are a total of 80 levels, while the last 10 levels can only be accessed by collecting 7 potions.

Bub and Bob are once again transformed into bubble dragons and have to climb up the Rainbow Tower to fight the Super Dark Great Dragon, while grabbing potions (to turn back into human form) as well as bubbling and popping enemies that also appear in the other Bubble Bobble games.