Bubble Gum Sweetie Catcher

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  • Description
    • This is a Japanese game but it isn't rocket science to wade through the menus. However, you may want watch your time playing Bubble Gum Sweetie Catcher because, it is, really is, addictive. Even if this game is too "kiddie" for your taste, you'd be surprised of the amount of cuteness you'd get from this package. This game is amazing across all fronts, mainly because it is not your usual bubble game. There is still bubbles involved, but you won't be matching 3s here for sure. You must fly using your bubble gum to hard to reach places and get those fruits, baby!
  • Instructions
    • Movement is through arrow keys, flying is by tapping on the spacebar.
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