Bubble Bobble - Versions Comparison (HD 60 FPS)
Original upload date: Wed, 19 Aug 2020 00:00:00 GMT
Archive date: Wed, 24 Nov 2021 04:19:24 GMT
Comparison video of Taito's Bubble Bobble (1986) that features gameplay of the following versions: (00:05) - Arcade (1986) (00:56) - Amstrad CPC (1987) (01:51) - Amiga (1987) (02:56) - Commodore 64 /Show more
C64 (1987) (04:04) - Famicom Disk System (1987) (05:00) - Atari ST (1987) (06:32) - ZX Spectrum (1987) (07:48) - MSX (1987) (08:51) - NES / Famicom (1988) (09:52) - Sega Master System (1988) (10:46) - Apple II (1989) (12:13) - BBC Micro (Unreleased Version) (1989) (13:31) - PC DOS (1989) (14:31) - FM Towns (1990) (15:24) - FM Towns ILOVEYOU Cheat Code (16:21) - Sharp X68000 (1990) (17:17) - Sharp X68000 Hidden Mode SYBUBBLUN (17:39) - Game Boy / GB (1991) (18:40) - Game Gear / GG (1994) (19:33) - Sega Saturn - Bubble Bobble also featuring Rainbow Islands (1996) (20:39) - PlayStation / PS1 - Bubble Bobble also featuring Rainbow Islands (1996) (21:40) - PC DOS - Bubble Bobble also featuring Rainbow Islands (1996) (22:43) - Game Boy Advance / GBA Old Mode - Bubble Bobble Old and New (2002) (23:38) - Game Boy Advance / GBA New Mode - Bubble Bobble Old and New (2002) (24:32) - Nintendo DS / NDS Classic Mode - Bubble Bobble Revolution (2005) (25:27) - J2ME (2006) (26:27) - Wii - Bubble Bobble Plus! (2009) (27:26) - Xbox 360 - Bubble Bobble Neo (2009) (28:26) - iOS - Bubble Bobble Classic (2020) (29:16) - Android - Bubble Bobble Classic (2020) (30:10) - BONUS: Bubble Bobble: Double Shot for Nintendo DS NOTE: FM Towns features a special mode with different characters and enemies. Can be accessed entering word 'ILOVEYOU' as a code in game settings. Sharp X68000 also features an exclusive hidden variant of the game that can be accessed by typing 'sybubblun' in the title screen while holding the Opt1 Key, and then selecting the minigame in settings menu. Some versions of the game has been purposely excluded from this video such as Game Boy Color and PSP versions as they can be considered different games. The following versions have been excluded as well because they are emulations of Arcade or NES. - Windows (2004) under the label XPLOSIV: Based on Arcade version. - Nintendo 3DS (2013): Based on Famicom Disk System version. - PlayStation 4 (2016): Based on Arcade version. - Wii (2007): Based on NES Version. - Wii U (2014): Based on NES Version. Although the game Bubble Bobble Double Shot (2007) is a different game on the series, core mechanics are pretty similar to the original and has been included as a bonus gameplay. If you liked the video, please support our channel giving us a like, subscribing and clicking the bell icon to receive new and exciting updates.