- Graphics - 5/105/10
- Gameplay - 4/104/10
- Replay Value - 5/105/10
Rhino Bubble is another rendition of the classic bubble shooter, matching game, but is a little lacking in the graphics and game play departments. Plus there’s no rhino, just a toucan that tells the player to hurry up.
The graphics are good, not great. All in all, Rhino Bubble is pretty generic looking game. On top of this, several colors look too similar. Yellow, orange, and red make up the majority of the bubbles and are sometimes hard to tell apart. Perhaps substituting purple for the orange would help. Plus the “bubbles” are metallic in appearance, and are therefore as out of place as a rhino would be in a jungle. Good thing the rhino never shows.
As for the game play: it inconsistent. Some lower levels are quite difficult, while many higher levels are remarkably easy. This is apparent in the contrast of level 1 and 2, in which level one takes planning and shooting multiple bubbles, while level 2 offers a graphite/black bubble first, with a base level the same color, and one shot wins it. Worse yet, losing requires the player to start again on level one. The only incentive to continue to to place on the community score board.
In the end, the best part about this game is the relaxing soundtrack.
Classic bubble shooter game. Rhino Bubble might be one of those addictive match three games that will surprise you. The game is easy to play – clear all bubbles before they overflow the bottom line – yet amazingly fun and challenging! The faster you are the more bonus points you get.
- 100 different levels
- Play against time
- Online & User Score
- Stunning graphics
- Relaxing music
- Cute sound effects