Hint #1 - Wall Ball
Don't always feel like you have to be a straight shooter. The walls rebound the bubbles for a reason. Use them to place bubbles in locations you
normally couldn't by just shooting your bubbles up.
Hint #2 - You Are The Weakest Link
If you have a chain of bubbles in your play field that are all connected via one normal bubble, aim at that bubble and drop the whole chain off in
Hint #3 - Why Is The Ceiling Sticky?
If you have your play field mostly clear and have a bubble of an unhelpful color, aim it at the ceiling. Even is the ceiling has no visible
bubbles, there are always bubbles just out of view that can hold the unhelpful bubble out of the way so you can work on the bubbles closer to the
sbottom of the upper screen (the more immediate threats).
Hint #4 - Bustin' Up The Party Or Gettin' Busted Up
If you aim a bubble to far to the side, it can bounce off multiple walls and end up in an unforseen, annoying position. Doing this is fun and
helpful when you have a Metal Bubble in single-player mode as this strategy will remove the most bubbles from above.
Hint #5 - Daisy Chain Them Rainbows!
If you have a lot of rainbow bubbles in a row on your screen (which often happens as a result of other players' attacks), try to place three
regular bubbles side-by-side-by-side along the line of rainbow bubbles so that all three of the matching normal bubbles are touching the line of
rainbow bubbles. If you place them right, not only will the matching normal bubbles drop off, a second group of formerly-rainbow bubbles will drop off
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