Thursday, June 29, 2006

Bubblet Confusion

On a completely unrelated note,

There seems to be a lot of confusion around Bubblet, Bubblets, Jawbreaker, and Bubble Breaker. Namely, because some people have copied the game and not even had the common decency to change the name. One developer/copier even refused to change the name of his clone after repeated requests based on documented customer confusion. I suppose it's always easier to trick customers into buying fakes of a well-known brand than to legitimately interest them with a new product. Sigh.

The original version of the game and all other legitimate versions of the game come ONLY from oopdreams software. This includes Bubblet for Palm OS, Bubblets for Windows CE, Jawbreaker for Pocket PC and Smartphones, and Bubble Breaker for Pocket PC and Smartphones. The latter 2 ship built-in to all recent Windows-powered handhelds and smartphones.

Here are links to the "real deal":

Bubblet for Palm OS

Bubblets for Windows CE Pocket PCs and Handheld PCs

Bubblet for Windows Desktop

Update: August 2008

Our game has been ripped off a few times already by bad fakes on the Apple iTunes App Store! They try (and have succeeded in their own way) to capitalize on all the work I've done over the years by cloning the app and stealing the name. Some people have gone so far as to clone our new tilt functionality. I'm amazed and disgusted at how dishonest and thieving these scumbags are. Some people will stoop incredibly low to make some money. They don't care who they hurt along the way.

Our game is called Bubblets Tilt:

Bubblets Tilt for iPhone

JawBreaker for iPhone

Bubble Breaker for iPhone


Please do not purchase or support the fakes!

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

so as a newbie to Bubblet, bubbles whatever they are called... can you give me advice on how to play... is there a specific rhymn or reason? Is there strategy?

Anonymous said...

This is an intriguing blog post because Bubblets and Jawbreaker are actually clones of an earlier game on the palm...

frankiii said...

Yes, Bubblet for Palm OS was the first version we released.

Anonymous said...

Nope not Bubblet, there was another one before that, something like hakami, trouble is I can't quite remember the name. It had blocks rather than bubbles.

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nice post sir

Caerbanog Interrupted said...

all this time and no port for the Android of bubblets tilt?