Lost Cave v1.2 released!

12BB_LogoFukio “MTJ” Mitsuji, the creator of Bubble Bobble, died five years ago, on December 11th 2008, at 48. We want to remember his genius with a new release of Bubble Bobble Lost Cave, exactly one year after the original release of our 100 level ROM hack.

What’s new: 

Program optimization. The game should have much less slowdowns now (ie it should slow down only where the original Bubble Bobble slows down!)

Bootleg support. The game can now run also on most bootleg “Bobble Bobble” PCBs (or on emulated bootleg clones, should you want to do it). Forget the crappy bootleg behavior: Lost Cave works on bootleg boards just like on the originals.

Difficulty rebalancing. The game has been carefully rebalanced, based on one year of user feedback. It *should* now be possible to complete it with one credit. Greater contributors are even acknowledged in the end credits of the “Super” Mode!

Download it here.
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Note: if you want to play the game with an emulator, all you really need is the bublcave.zip file. The additional bootleg files are necessary only if you want to convert a real Bobble Bobble / Super Bobble Bobble bootleg board into a Bubble Bobble Lost Cave one. Please read the readme.txt file for full info, or email us.


One last thing… After one year, it’s ok to reveal this…

lastsecretHave fun!

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