Summary: Don't get me wrong - this is a very cute game.Even the little characters are adorable. But I am more accustomed to RPG games, and 3-match jewel games, and Mahjong. It is true that this game is a little addicting, but I am more into fantasy games, (not that I have lost out on thr real world.
Fun, until you actually play enough to get to the final stages. Then you will regret buying it.
Kyle Hipke, Amazon
7 May 2015
Summary: Most of the positive reviews here have only played the game for a few hours and probably haven't gotten very far into the game. This game is completely ruined, IMO, by amazingly terrible level design on the last "secret" world (Cosmo Castle).
Another Bust-A-Move classic that's "out of this world"! :)
12 March 2015
Summary: If you think that you've played one Bust-A-Move, then you've probably played them all. Not so with Space Bust-A-Move. There are loads of options to choose from: Single, Multiplayer (via DS Download Play or Wireless), Story, Versus Computer, Endless, or Daily Challenge.
Summary: Definitely a lot more complete and well-rounded than Bust-A- Move DS (although I do kinda miss the sling shot, lol) with heaps of modes & beautiful, cheery art design. But when you get down to it, despite the minor tweaks here & there, it's basically Bust-A-Move/Puzzle Bobble.
Summary: I have been a fan of Bust-a move Waaaay back to the original Bubble Bobble. This original new version w/ B-a-M characters is highly addictive. I went through 4/5th of the story until I realized I had to retreive a Cosmo Bubble on ever level if I wanted to unlock items in the shop.
Summary: I bought this game hoping it would be just like the old arcades but it isn't. The concept is obviously still the same, bust bubbles by combining three or more of one kind before the screen fills up and reaches you.