Bubble Witch 3 Saga – Review
With its first amazingly popular game Candy Crush Saga, King became an appreciated game developer. One of the newest games developed by King is Bubble Witch 3 Saga (let’s not discuss about its name and let’s oversee the fact that “Bubble Witch Saga 3” would look better) and, if you liked Bubble Witch and Bubble Witch 2 Sagas, you’ll like this version even more; it’s arguably the best game in the series (so far).
The first thing we’ve noticed about Bubble Witch 3 Saga are the improved graphics and enticing visuals.The game is “cartoony”, colorful, crisp and bright; it has a Disney movie look, sound and feel which makes it even more inviting and fun! Aside from that, there are gameplay improvements too, such as new game modes, house customization possibilities, a tweaked aiming line and, of course, Stella the witch has apparently grown wiser and older. Dark magic has overcome Wilbur the cat and he’s out to torment our young witch and her friends across the whole Witch Country.
When it comes to the special game modes, there are 4 of them. Owls mode means you have to free the owls that are trapped in bubbles. Collection mode means all bubbles must be cleared from the board. In Ghost mode you need to clear a path to enable the ghost to join his friends who are at the top of the board. Finally, in Wilbur mode, you must fight and defeat Wilbur by rescuing Stella’s friends who are trapped in bubbles.
Bubble Witch 3 Saga has rather simple gameplay; everyone can pick up and play it. However, the levels get quite complicated and you’ll see that sometimes you’ll burn through lives before you achieve the success and pull off the perfect run. The truth is, this is “tried-and-true” formula, but still an engaging, beautiful and fun game. For anyone looking to pass some time or in need for a new addictive game, Bubble Witch 3 Saga is a perfect choice.