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Bubble Bobble returns as a Switch exclusive.
A new Bubble Bobble.
A WiiWare action game.
A remake of the classic Bubble Bobble with updated graphics and 4 player co-op on Wiiware
Rainbow Islands Evolution is an update to the Taito classic Rainbow Island.
Bubble Bobble Double Shot is a game in the Bubble Bobble series for the Nintendo DS.
A compilation of two games, Bubble Bobble Revolution contains both the titular Bubble Bobble update as well as a version of the original Bubble Bobble. The game is most notable for originally shipping with a bug that made it impossible to finish (American version only).
Bubble Bobble Old & New is a Game Boy Advance entry in the Bubble Bobble series.
Rainbow Islands sequel starring a girl named Putty instead of Bub and Bob.
A compilation featuring Bubble Bobble as well as its sequel Rainbow Islands, which is included on the disc in its original (albeit altered) and revamped forms.
The sequel to Bubble Symphony, although it strangely shares its subtitle with Parasol Stars.
After Rainbow Islands and Parasol Heroes came this more direct sequel to Bubble Bobble, returning the gameplay to bubble-blowing dragon action.
The third part of Taito's Bubble Bobble saga, after Bubble Bobble and Rainbow Islands. Like Bubble Bobble, it is a single-screen platformer.
A sequel to the original Bubble Bobble title from Taito, featuring the now human Bub and Bob. It incorporated the use of Rainbows as both a weapon to defeat enemies and as a platform to climb the levels.
An early arcade platformer that has 100 levels. Released by Taito in 1986, it was one of the first games to feature two-player cooperative play and multiple endings.
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