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Video Game
Name
Bubble Bobble
Nickname
Commodore 64 edition
Alternate Names
Release Date
1987-00-00
Release Publisher
Platform
Release Developer
Media
Compact Cassette
Languages
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User summary:

The C-64 port of Bubble Bobble was a suprisingly well done port, considering the hardware only allowed for 8 sprites simultaneously on the screen. This was solved by letting certain object instead be displayed using the text background screen; noteably the bubbles were constructed this way.

However, the hardware still did its due, and the feature that the dinos could jump on their bubbles worked only partially in the C-64 port, making some of the stages notably harder.

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