Bubble breaker megashift online dating

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My highest score was 1784 and my big burst was 997. I had about the same scores as what I've seen throughout this forum... Is there a way, through special tactics, that you can get all of one color to be added in? Or was this something to do with the Windows 6 update? I don't know if it is a bug or not, but "sometimes" while playing I can actually select the "white" area of the screen (all the area that does not have ANY bubbles at all) to actually give big bursts....

I have played several games of it on my Dash 300 and my average high score was 603. so I have a pantech duo and bubble breaker came standard.

My highest score was 1784 and my big burst was 997. I had about the same scores as what I've seen throughout this forum... Is there a way, through special tactics, that you can get all of one color to be added in? Or was this something to do with the Windows 6 update? After I broke off those blue, I got a huge amount of blue again, that would have bursted for about 2,000 . But really, the white screen area actually lets me select it and acts like bubbles of the same color..nothing is there!

Last night, , I installed Windows 6 on my T-Mobile Dash. Instead of breaking them, I worked around the blue and tried to get more added. I can take a photo from another phone and post it of my scores too. And it will keep letting you do it over and over again until something finally happens and it stops letting you do it, then the game ends and leaves you with an astronomically high score, I mean come on, 28k points in one game?

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He had no information on this and I forwarded this Howard Forums thread over to him.

X represents the number of balls grouped together, Y is the resulting score.

For example an elimination of 16 balls will result in 240 points (240=16(16-1)).

The more balls eliminated at once, the higher the points added to the player's score.

The scoring can be expressed in the formula "Y=X(X-1)".

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