This article contains everything you need to know about Arkadium's Bubble Shooter. Use the list below to navigate specific topics about the game.
Tips and Tricks
Arkadium’s Bubble Shooter is a game about removing colored bubbles. To properly remove them, you need to shoot a cluster of 2 or more bubbles that match the ball you’re shooting.
When the game starts, it’s important to survey the groups of colored bubbles that are on the playing field. There are likely some colored bubbles that are arranged close to each other and may lead to a large ‘combo shot’ or others that may allow you to drop other bubbles. Keep these in the back of your mind so you can target them when the opportunity arises.
Accuracy is very important because you may end up adding bubbles to the playing field rather than removing them. Missing a shot can increase your chances of filling up the playing field and losing the game.
Target the Hanging Bubbles
If you see a few bubbles hanging off a group of other bubbles that are the same color, you’re in luck. Rather than trying to shoot off one bubble at a time, wait until you have the right color bubble and target that bubble to drop all the bubbles at once. You’ll free up space instantly and clear up space to shoot further up the playing field.
Also, make sure to always keep an eye on which bubble you’ll be shooting next. If you know that you’ll be shooting two bubbles of the same color, you can go for a solo bubble in the playing field. If you’re lucky, you can hit a solo bubble that matches the two bubbles in your shooter, like in the below example.
One of the most important tricks in Bubble Shooter is the “bank shot.” A bank shot is when you angle the shooter at one of the playing field walls so that the bubble bounces off walls. This can be useful when you’re trying to hit harder to reach bubbles. They can also help you squeeze bubbles into blank spaces. The bank shot can be a lifesaver if you can’t find any possible matches on the first row of the playing field.
One of the most important elements of winning in Bubble Shooter is planning ahead. When you first see the playing field, you have time to assess your strategy for clearing the board. As you progress, you can develop mini strategies to accomplish your main goal. If you can look at the level and already know how can you beat it, then you already have a major advantage!
Bubbles popped by match: 10 * number of bubbles popped * multiplier [current level]
Bubbles popped by falling down: 10 * 2 * number of bubbles popped * multiplier [in other words, bubbles that fall down are worth 2x as much as matched bubbles]
Completing a level adds +1 to the multiplier