Summary: LUV this game!!!! Have to say I was really on the fence about buying it but threw caution to the wind & purchased, anyway. So glad I did...it is quite addictive. The graphics are beautiful & the main gist of the game is to get ur character to blow bubbles from here to there...getting to the end of the level! Sounds simple enough but there are many obstacles along the way to trip u up...thorns, fire, wind, etc.
Summary: Like almost everyone had said, this is a beautiful and relaxing game. It's not too hard and very addictive. I am so glad I purchased it. I have 50 games for my DS and this is up there in my top favorites. It isn't like anything else in my DS library. I hope more people try it to appriciate the uniqness of the gameplay and the word gets out there.
Summary: This game is an awesome one. One of the best titles I've come across for DS yet. You can go through the game at any pace you want and not be penalized for having taken your time or 'die' from having surpased a time limit. The dynamics of control are incredible and the physics of the bubbles is insanely accurate. The game only gets more enticing and challenging as you go on at a pace that's very engaging.
Summary: i got this game, thinking it might be just for little kids. Nope, it is a great and challenging maze game that has a lot of levels. The premise is that your character is blowing this bubble full of souls through a maze. sounds a little nutty, but it works very well. The physics of this is really nice, through all the levels. I'm on the last level now, which is the ice level, and it's really fun to figure out how to do this.
Summary: This is a perfect Nintendo DS game. It is a game that was designed with children in mind, but is enjoyable, probably even more so, by adults. It is a challenging game, and thought needs to be put into it to get through the levels. The levels are mazes, and the challenge is to get through the levels while taking care of some very fragile souls.
Summary: In my search for unique DS games appropriate for an adult with a fondness for puzzles, I came across a "Best of 2008" list that included "Soul Bubbles" -- a game I had never heard of before. I immediately sought it out and discovered a tragedy. It seems that its publisher, Eidos, didn't give it much of a chance in the market and it ended up being a "Toys R Us" exclusive, essentially defining it as something cute and easy and appropriate for little kids (who, I'm sure,...
Summary: I gave this game a full 5 star rating cuz as a 50 yr. old player, not only do I love it, but my 2 grandgirls do also, ages 8 and 14. This game will keep you entertained for hours/days! The concept is new, fresh and interesting, a puzzle type game. You start the game as a Spirit Herder, drawing a bubble around 7 spirits, then blowing your bubble in the direction you need and collecting stardust on your way, you must safely get them to the end of the level without losing...
Summary: I am an adult, albeit an adult who loves video games and such. My issue has been that I require "no brainer" type games - so you could say I would be labeled a "casual gamer." I saw this game advertised on one of the usual game sites and thought I would be really interested in it, so I ordered it on a 'well known auction site'. I began to have second thoughts but then it came in my mailbox. OH WOW - I simply ADORE this game!!
Summary: This game really does live up to the ratings. It's addictive, challenging and fun. I love the soothing music and beautiful landscapes, and they're a nice change from the repetitive annoying music that is on most video games. It's hard to describe how really good this game is. With a little explanation, I showed my 4.5 year old how to play and she picked it up pretty quickly, granted she only plays on the easier levels. Nonetheless, she loves it as much as myself.