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Acorn Arcade forums: News and features: Wubble Preview
 

Wubble Preview

Posted by Jon Hall on 01:00, 18/10/1998 | , , ,
 
Wubble, by Gerald Morgan, is a puzzle game, loosely based on an old BBC Micro game called Rubble. It involves pushing rocks to destroy 4 types of monsters in a maze type environment. I found the gameplay quite difficult, as the key definitions are unfamiliar, and sometimes involve pressing two keys at the same time. It runs a bit fast on S/A, which makes avoiding rebounding rocks almost impossible at short distances. The graphics are nice though. There is no sound as yet in the pre release. The final version will have a proper front end, and will be a 5ukp Shareware release. Go to the website at http://www.argonet.co.uk/users/rpcmorgan/ for more details.
 

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