Launched in June last year under the name of Wilbur, Bubble Witch 3 Saga has just been re-released on Androifrom iOS. The game is practically the same, but it has more stages. In Bubble Witch 3 Saga, the player pops bubbles to save owls and other forest characters from the fearsome Wilbur. Fearful in quotes, because he is nothing but a cute kitten.
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With a clear appeal to children, Bubble Witch 3 Saga is a casual game to pass the time. The first 20 levels are very easy. But after the 21st, the game starts charging for your time. Not in money, but in skill.
It will take a lot of precision from there to be able to advance without having to wait for the energy to recharge. The good news is that Bubble Witch 3 Saga works completely away from the internet.
We must praise the visual aspect, which despite being simple, makes the game quite pleasant. Bubble Witch 3 Saga has a striking feature and good animations. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for the sound aspect of the game. Boring music and weak effects make playing with the audio off even preferable.
Bubble Witch 3 Saga follows the cliché “girl game” style, cute look and simple gameplay. The new interactions with ghosts and bosses came at a good time, but the game could have taken better care of the sound part.
Link to Download on iOS (App Store)
Download link on ANDROID (Google Play)
Advertising: No | Offline Game
Contains built-in purchases: Yes
Requer Android 2.3 /
Language: Spanish | Size: 144 MB