Bubble Spinner 2 Walkthrough
The sequel to the wildly addictive match three shooter game, Bubble Spinner 2 is just as addictive as its predecessor so if you liked the first game, you're going to love this one. The game is basically exactly the same. You have your formation of bubbles at the center of the screen and your bubble shooter at the top of the screen. The object of the game is to clear of the bubbles by creating groups of three or more bubbles by shooting bubbles from your shooter into the formation. When you create a group, the bubbles are removed. Watch the gray circles at the bottom left of the screen, though. When those gray circles disappear, more bubbles join the formation. As you hit the formation with your bubbles, the formation spins. This is what makes the game so difficult. If the formation reaches the sides of the game screen it will no longer spin and your game will end. All of these things are true of both games. The difference between the two? This one starts off much, much easier.
Like the first game, Bubble Spinner 2 is all about patience and planning. If you want to do well in this game you need to think ahead. You need to look at the bubble you have to shoot as well as the next bubbles in queue and determine your best move with all of those things in mind. As with the first game in the series, there is no time limit. It's okay to take your time. If you rush, you won't do nearly as well as you could do if you took a moment or two to look at the whole picture. In this game you start off with light blue, green and yellow bubbles, but as you progress, new colors are added and that when things start getting difficult. The first level isn't that hard to get through. The second level is a bit more challenging and from there, the difficulty level only rises. For that reason, this game is perfect for anyone who found the first one a little too difficult.
The reason Bubble Spinner 2 is so great for kids is it really eases them into the more difficult levels, making the sequel a lot more appealing for younger children than the original game. This match three shooter game is great because it offers all of the educational benefits of the first game without being so difficult from the start that kids lose interest. This game will help your kids learn how to be patient when trying to accomplish a goal and will learn how to look at a problem and work out the solution. As the progress in the game and things start getting more challenging, they'll start learning more and more. The greatest benefit of the game, however, is that it shows them that learning can actually be fun.