Splash Bomb

SplashBomb The object of this puzzle game is to burst all the bubbles with as few key presses as possible.

Use the arrow keys or 2,4,6,8 to move the cursor and highlight a bubble. Press OK or 5 to expand the bubble.  When the bubble bursts it will explode sending droplets in all directions bursting neighboring bubbles.

Type: Ad-Supported

Author: Inlogic Software

Data Connection Required: Yes

Screen Size: 176×220 (i856, Rambler, Rant, KRZR) Not playable on smaller screens

iDEN Compatible: (tested on i776): Yes

Boost CDMA Compatible: Works on the Motorola Rambler Reported to not work with the Incognito.

Supported iDEN phones: All  Falcon Series (MIDP2) with Java ( i9, i856, i776, i465, i290, etc.)

Filesize: 79 KB

Downloading uses paid data. Downloads are for Java ME phones only.

To download and install click here: DOWNLOAD (jad)

Alternate downloads: jar zip

3 comments on this post.

  1. LOISY GRANT says:

    The game get stuck at sound when downloading to play.i never got the chance to play the game.

    • Dennis says:

      Someone reported the same issue with the Incognito. Which phone are you using?

      I’d like to update the post to indicate which phone the game does and does not work with.

  2. Adam S. says:

    Sadly, not working on the Incognito. Button mapping is off and you get stuck at the sound options page when it first loads up. Sounded like the kind of game I could lose much productivity to 🙂

    Is it just on the Incognito, or is it the same with other phones… in full-screen edit, if you press and hold the BACK or DEL buttons for more than 1 second or so, it erases everything you’ve written? I keep forgetting and go to erase a word or part of a sentence. My auto-pilot action is to press and hold the button instead of pressing DEL DEL DEL repeatedly. Needless to say this is the second time I typed out the comment about the game not being compatible with the Incog lol. You can “save” sections of text by occasionally hitting the OK (left soft-key on Incognito) button which brings you back to the comment box in the website. Now go back to full-screen edit and whatever text you had to that point will remain on the website screen. If you hold the DEL button too long and erase everything, exit full-screen and the website view will still have the text you left there before. Hit full-screen and you only have to re-enter the last bit of text you had typed. “Save” the text every paragraph or few sentences and it never gets tragic if you erase everything in the edit window 🙂

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