Appdicted: Inside Out Thought Bubbles

Fangirls, this is an application like many others I’ve played, but that doesn’t stop me from loving it.


Thought Bubbles (like Bubble Witch, Peggle, and many others), is an application where you shoot bubbles at other bubbles to bring them down. Three bubbles of a color (after being hit by your shot bubble of the same color), will pop them, and bring bubbles attached to them tumbling down. Inside Out Thought Bubbles has a uniqueness that I find incredibly addicting; not only are the characters helping me out cute, but they’re the emotions from Disney and Pixar’s Inside Out.


Now, I still haven’t seen this movie. I’m really excited to, but I’m still a bit apprehensive about the clown, so I’m not bending over backwards to get my hands on it. But the emotions are incredibly adorable, and it makes me want to win, for them. I have only gotten to three emotions so far; Joy, Sadness, and Anger, but they each have a unique power up that makes some of them better than others for each level. Joy, when powered up, will turn all the bubbles she hits yellow (her color), so it’s great for when you’re really close to a line of yellows, but still have a couple layers of bubbles between you. Sadness makes a raincloud in the line above the bubble you hit, and the rain clouded bubbles match and come down. Anger just shoots right through five layers of bubbles.


Each level is challenging in a different way. There are levels where the goal is to free workers who’ve gotten stuck to bubbles. Some where you’ve got to keep the descending rows of bubbles from crossing a line, and others where you have to show off your skill shots and get the bubbles into little vortexs. Every time I play, I’m challenged (and even a bit frustrated). I’m currently on level 93, and I just want to hit 100.


Inside Out Thought Bubbles is an incredibly simple, yet addictive game, that I can’t seem to put down. I play it to fall asleep, I play it before my shift at work starts, I play it when I’m bored; I’m constantly on it, and I don’t want to stop.











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