Bubble Shooter, produced by Absolutist, is regarded as the popular flash sport of this category. Bubble Shooter is based on the overall game Bubbles. Atari introduced Bubbles in the early 90's plus it quickly spread through standalone arcade systems worldwide.
The concept of Bubble Shooter is straightforward. You will find sets of different colored balls all lined up, approximately 17 balls per row. You can find usually 5-6 colors and also the game begins with 19 rows of balls, randomly colored. The ball player has power over the shooter that is a device that shoots a ball. The ball player may use the wall to deflect the ball for the proper location. The ball must talk with other balls of the same color. 3 balls of the same color causes the balls to completely disappear. Randomly through the entire game, a fresh row of balls is included with the top plus some are shifted. The point of the game is to get all the balls to completely disappear.
The overall game is set on novice. To unlock the other game difficulties, you must buy the game on Absolutist.Com.
I would give this game a rating of 9/10. Farmville is straightforward yet very addictive. The game has no time period limit. You'll be able to play the game all night. The game however is beatable as when you extinguish a specific color, the balls with that color will stop coming. The game includes a scoring system. When you get yourself a pair of balls to disappear or else you just shoot an individual ball, you're awarded points.
Other bubble games include Aqua Bubble, Bubble Elements, Puzzle Bobbe, Candy Shoot, Yeti Bubbles, Bubbles, Bubblez and Speedy Bubbles.