More bubble bursting fun that has now arrived in 3D!
10 March 2015
Summary: When the Nintendo 3DS made its debut in the spring of 2011, Bust-A-Move Universe was one of the first titles to be released in the U.S. The graphics and the background have much improved, but I can't say the same for the musical soundtrack.
Not for your super avid beat all the levels gamer.
MonkeyGirl "Monkey", Amazon
18 May 2012
Summary: If you are interested in puzzle games and you used to play Bust-A-Move on the N64, you'll enjoy this game. If you need a game to bring you off your adrenaline high from playing another game like Kid Icarus: Uprising, this is PERFECT. It is a very slow-paced and easy game.
Summary: This game is just what I expected. I have had hours of fun with it. Stays in line with all the other bust a move type games. Would of been nice to have online features though or verses modes. All in all very good game and hey NO GLASSES needed for the 3D.
Summary: I think the other reviewers have covered the topic pretty well, except I've found the controls to be difficult to use. The circle pad and D-pad are not sensitive enough (or too sensitive) for precise aiming in the game. I often have to turn back and forth several times before firing a shot.
A simple puzzler but the 3d is actually quite good
29 March 2011
Summary: This game type is nothing new and anyone familiar with Bust a Move will already be familiar with the format. I purchased this for my wife with her 3ds because I remember playing bubble bobble years ago on the NES with fond memories.