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Bubble Ghost

Bubble Ghost (GB) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy
Tags: Action
Developer: Infogrames


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Bubble Ghost review

Reviewed March 07, 2004

tomclark says: "I guess this game is a puzzler, although it really is touch and go in classing it in one genre. For those not 'in the know', Bubble Ghost involves you guiding a ghost around the mansion that he haunts. To pass the time the ghost blows a bubble around, and it is your goal to get the bubble through each room in the mansion unharmed. The ghost can, of course, go through walls etc., and the only way he can interact with his environment is by exhaling. Simple concept, but fiendishly difficult in the ..."
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