Complete Bubble Burst is an addictive puzzle game where you aim to clear the play area of bubbles by bursting groups of two or more bubbles of the same color. You score more points for clearing larger groups of bubbles, plus a bonus for clearing the whole area. There are a number of play modes available, which include new bonus bubbles and level progression, alongside the classic “bubble blast” game play. In arcade mode you start with a number of lives and try to progress through as many levels as possible to build up a high score – you lose lives for each bubble left on the screen when there are no more moves remaining. There are a number of game types you can select: Challenge Mode: This mode includes a number of bonus items (score multipliers, extra lives, devastating bombs and multicolor bubbles) to add a new dimension to the game. Levels get gradually harder as you progress through the game. Drop Bubble Mode: In this mode new bubbles will be added at regular intervals. Make sure you clear space for each new row, otherwise it will be game over! Classic Mode: Play the traditional bubble blast game, selecting the grid size and number of colors of your choice. You can instantly start a quick game at any time from the main menu. Stamina Game: Play an unlimited number of random levels of either the challenge or classic modes – build up the highest score you can. Timed Game: Clear as many levels as you can in five minutes; collect bonus clocks to provide extra time. Complete Bubble Burst includes integration with ScoreLoop, which enables you to track your score on each game type against other players. You can also pick up achievements as you progress through the game - can you collect all ten? Game also includes the ability to undo your last move if you make a mistake, sound effects and a selection of handy hints. Detailed help is available from the main menu. Please let me know any suggestions you may have for improvements, as well as alternative game play types. Note that this version does include in small advert at the top of the game play screen, purposely positioned to avoid accidently clicking it during a game!