Winner of over a dozen gaming awards. Play with squishy clusters of soap bubbles in this mesmerizing puzzle game. Inflate, mix, match, pop, and win with hundreds of goals to complete.
INNOVATIVE NEW GAMEPLAY
Fill bubbles with colorful air and push nearby bubbles around using the physics of real bubbles! Break edges between bubbles to mix new colors and create matches of 4 or more. Plan your strategy from a list of moves to build up cascading chain reactions for dazzling bonuses.
HOURS OF AMAZING CONTENT
Experience unique surprises down every path! Each of the over 170 handmade puzzles requires new thinking and twisting strategies with ever increasing challenges. Play in 3 different game modes: PUZZLES, ARCADE, and INFINITY. Try to beat 35 bubbly achievements that will give your brain a workout.
RELAXING AND ATMOSPHERIC
Relaxing ambient music gracefully integrates with the satisfying sounds of popping bubbles. Put on a pair of headphones and experience a new level of flow and mindfulness. Play Infinity mode to earn helpful hint tickets.
LIFE-LIKE SOAP BUBBLE PHYSICS
From the vision of artist/coder/designer Stu Denman and inspired by the work of his MIT scientist grandfather, the game brings the beauty of nature to your screen. Incredibly fluid “molecular dynamics engine” animates hundreds of bubbles at 60 FPS.
Help tiny aquatic creatures that are trapped in the bubbles. Avoid greedy jelly crabs and spiky urchins. Love him or hate him, a curious fish named Bloop will surely reveal your nature as an optimist or a pessimist.
Featuring an innovative color-blind mode that provides an authentic and accessible game experience without intrusive icons or patterns.
* No advertisements or in-app purchases. *
------ AWARDS ------
● Winner, Best Mobile Game, Gamer's Voice Award at SXSW
● Winner, Best Quickplay, 14th International Mobile Gaming Awards
● Winner, Google Indie Games Festival
● Grand Prize Winner, The Label's Indie Showdown
● Official Selection, The PAX 10, Penny Arcade Expo West
● Winner, Amazon Games Forum Showdown
● Winner, Seattle Indie Game Competition
● Winner, Best Overall Game, Intel Buzz Workshop
● Official Selection, Indie Megabooth, PAX West
● Official Selection, Made With Unity Showcase
● Finalist, Intel Level Up
● Finalist, Best Gameplay, AzPlay, Spain
The applications Tiny Bubbles was published
in the category Games on 2018-05-08 and
was developed by Pine Street Codeworks LLC.
The file size is 150.53 MB.
The current version is 1.4.4 and works well on
8.0 and high ios versions.
● Added Italian language translation.
● Full-screen support on new iPad Pro models.
● Improved sorting of Achievements.
● You can now retro fast-forward the intro credits.
● You can now restart the Infinity game from the pause menu (not recommended).
● Added tutorial reminders for achievements and the Infinity game.
● Visual design improvements.
● Lots of bug fixes and performance optimizations.
Thanks for playing Tiny Bubbles. I appreciate all the positive reviews and feedback!
And of course thank you developer for the constant updates and game fixes, glad I bought this game !
Beauty. Simplicity. Variety. Hours of content.
This is such a beautiful and entertaining game. Please keep developing more levels!
I really enjoyed this game, until I got to twins reunited. I had to look up how to beat this level to make sure I wasn’t just being stupid. I probably attempted it over 50 times, but still I couldn’t tap the blue bubble just right enough to complete it. This is the point where the frustration started to overcome the fun. The game is clever and artistic, but makes you want to pull your hair out at times. Worth it if you don’t mind getting stuck on levels from time to time.
Game is relaxing and fun. Hate getting stumped and not being able to get a hint.
It’s been two-three years since I’ve downloaded a new game, and this one’s a keeper. I’ve breezed through four worlds with ease without any hints, and has been a great outlet for idle time while traveling. It’s a true creative’s puzzle game. After I complete the game, I’ll be sure to focus more on the achievements. If you use both of your hemispheres well, you’ll find a frustration-free outlet to jog your critical thinking skills. Well worth the charge, even if the game isn’t expanded. $4 for many hours of entertainment deserves accolade.
...as in a need to control the player, not game control issues. I avoid games that force me to play at their pace. I like games that require solutions I can ponder at my own pace, which is what I mistakenly thought this game was. I find two aspects of this game extremely annoying. The first is getting stuck on a level unless I can play at the pace forced by the fish that repeatedly blows bubbles. This is a completely different type of game. The second having to wait 8 hours after infinity play in order to earn the right to earn a hint. Seriously? If I paid money for a game and I have some free time, what business of the developers is it to switch game play and force me to play a level at their pace and make me wait for a hint? It’s like having a crossword puzzle suddenly put a limit on how long you have to guess a word and lock up for 8 hours. Fatal flaw to an otherwise entertaining game.
And it gives you a reward the first time it takes you more than ten tries to win a level. THAT'S SO SWEET AND POSI. <3
This game is really well thought out. Very challenging, interesting and beautiful. So why I am only giving it 2 stars? I hit a puzzle that I have tried several hundred times at least. I have no idea what I’m not getting. The game asks if you want a hit. But then there are no hints. The developers needs to work out the hint issue. Disappointing for a game I paid for. I’d wait a while to download this if I were you. It’s a beautiful game. But it needs some work in the area of “user friendliness.”
What a great game! Sometimes the levels are a little on the easy side, but I feel like they have their place for learning. Something about this game just feels super rewarding when I finally complete a more challenging puzzle. Great variety! Great graphics and sound effects! Thanks for the great game!
... but can’t get the in game sound to work.
Super soothing, slow, sweet puzzler. A beautifully calming experience.
The app closes on you. Reinstalling doesn’t help. One or two moves and BAM - it shuts down.
Certainly a well made game. I disagree with reviewers who say its calm, no clock, and no quick reflexes. I’m into the second section of puzzles and i’m finding several that are time-based and tetris-like. That’s not relaxing for me, so I’m disappointed—but that’s more the fault of the reviews than the game.
When you have a kid you need to keep in bed to get better - this one will keep them mesmerized!
I read through many 5 star reviews and saw a few “it’s boring after a few minutes” reviews. I was worried about getting bored but I took the chance and paid 4.99. I don’t think I’ve ever paid that much for a game app. Turns out I love it! Love the little fish, love the multiple types of moves, love the need to think ahead, love the calm music. Love it all! Great work!
Traveling on a trip. Downloaded this. Elegant, challenging, gorgeous - beautifully made and completely engaging.
Love this game. I’m glad I purchased it. Can make you think at times.
Hate this game. I was filled by good reviews. Cannot return. Do not waste your money.
I’ve purchased, maybe 100 games in the iTunes Store over the past 10 years. I’ve downloaded even more for free. I play games on my phone, both casually, and obsessively at times. Bottom line: this is Top 3 for me. Puzzle/Zen Arcade games-wise, this is #1. I hesitate to compare this to other all-time favorites outside its genre like Star Realms, Age of Rivals, Steredenn, Onirim, or many of the numerous RPG ports I frequent, because it’s its own style. That said, there are puzzle games that this reminds me of, like Kami, Blek, or even Two Dots. This surpasses those in style and gameplay. The mix of puzzle and arcade-style games hits a high point with this game that you can download on your phone. And it’s under $5. I just now beat my final level, and although I feel that there are things that could be better, I can’t help but feel that I truly enjoyed myself every moment that I played. I haven’t gotten all the achievements, but I actually feel like I might redo all the levels, which is crazy for me to do, as my process is: I download a game, I beat it once, I delete it. Idk. You may not care about my dumb process, but that’s a big deal to me. Time-wise, I probably spent about 6 hours playing on my first play-through. That’s just a ballpark estimate; could be a few hours more. Aesthetically, it’s as gorgeous as an iPhone game should be. Smooth as The Fonz and the difficulty spike is welcome for someone who wants to be casually obsessive about it. My issues. There’s a mode called infinity mode that lets you basically play about 15 turns in a separate, unending play area, in order to earn tickets. Earn enough tickets and you can unlock hints on how to beat puzzles, or buy power-ups to defeat an arcade level. Your 20 turns regenerate completely in 3 hours. There are also achievements to unlock that are attainable only in infinity mode. Other than that, infinity mode is pointless, a little boring, and takes away from the flow of the bulk of the game (it’s not “zen-mode,” so don’t even try to sell me that [speaking of which, why the heck isn’t there zen-mode?!]) On top of all that, I remember being stuck on a puzzle level, and 5 tickets would show you just the first of literally over 15 moves that would help you successfully beat the level. I’ll tell you right now: you’re not going to play infinity mode long enough to get enough hints for it to actually be helpful. But I digress. Infinity mode is basically avoidable, and not a necessary part of the gaming experience that is Tiny Bubbles. They don’t get psycho about making the game extraordinarily difficult for the obsessive 100% gamers out there, but the achievements I’m missing after the first play-through seem like they could take at least a few more hours to find without internet help. If you’ve ever bought a single phone game in your life, or say to your friends, “I really just like figuring things out,” or even said that you like puzzle games once, you’d bring great shame unto your family if you don’t buy this right now. It should belong in the all-time greats. If you read this far, thanks. Love each other.
This game is ok enough, but where it is described as leisurely and no time element - uh, sometimes. Some puzzles you do have to hurry before you are squeezed out. You only get a few hints and while I gratefully applaud them that you do not get bombarded with “12 hints for 99¢” or such - I refuse to pay to play a game - often one move requires more than one hint. Beautiful graphics, cute concept.
The way the bubbles interact with each other is just the best. The game is challenging and rewarding! Best game I’ve played in a while!!