Bubble Dragon - Season 2 - the long-awaited continuation of the casual Android puzzle from GenerGame Co.Ltd, performed in the mechanics of the bubble shooter. In the application there are several game modes for every taste, for example, career or endless. By the way, in the second, the user expects a long and rich journey through different locations of the global map, each of which puts his task before him, and the ways of solving it are not always obvious. And the control system, and gameplay, and mechanics exactly copy the first draft of this game series - all actions are carried out in one touch, and the gamer will interact with the cluster of colored bubbles located at the top of the screen. At the bottom of the display is a charming heroine holding a ball of any color, using your finger indicating the trajectory of the projectile's flight, you need to destroy groups of single-color elements that will bring deserved bonus points. Only completely freeing the playing field, you will get the opportunity to move to a new location, which will be slightly more difficult to go through. The conditions for each stage vary - sometimes it's just enough to free the playing space from the colored elements, and sometimes you need to remove certain objects from the field, or to score the set number of points.
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