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Description: Bubble shooter.
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Size: 3Mb
Version: 2004
Date: 09 Jan 17
Author: Adam Child, Craig Marshall
Submitter: cavemann
Category: game/misc
License: GPL
Distribute: yes
FileID: 1560
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Bubble Train as the name suggests is a train of bubbles travelling along
a track where the last carriage is the driving force instead of the front
one. The bubbles come streaming along the track trying to reach the end
of the line. The objective is to remove all of the bubbles from the train
before it reaches the end of the track.

When you start a game you are presented with a box of games which are
available to play. Either double click on a game or highlight it and
click ok. The default games are Easy, Normal, Hard, Bubble Train and

The game can be controlled by either the mouse or the keys.
Default keys.
 k - toggle between the mouse / keys during game play
 p - pause the game
 left cursor - rotate the cannon to the left
 right cursor - rotate the cannon to the right
 up cursor - fire loaded bullet

 Move mouse left / right - rotates the cannon left and right
 Left mouse button - fire loaded bullet

Fastest Times Screen.
 The fastest times are made up of the level and the time. So the higher
 the level and the faster the time the better the result. This does not
 group the times by game. So some of the games with fewer levels might
 not appear.

Game options:
 Defines the number of re-tries you get during a game. The default is 5,
 set to -1 for infinite retries
 You can enable / disable the sound. There are slider controls which
 allow you to adjust the volume of the music and sound effects.

Mouse Controls.
 You can enable / disable using the mouse (This can be changed at run
 time by pressing 'k').	The slider allows the sensitivity of the mouse
 to changed.

Key Controls.
 The keys used during game play can be re-configured by clicking the
 "Assign Keys" button and then press the key you want assigned to each
 action when the prompt appears.

 The F10 function key toggles the game from window to fullscreen mode.

Bubble Train was brought to you by:
 Dwarf City (Adam Child) Craig Marshall

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