Angry Birds Dream Blast

Play new bubble puzzle game!

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Games & Casual & Puzzle
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208 MB
Last Update
Jan 20, 2020

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May 18, 2019

Mostly I don’t like games, didn’t care for the other angry birds games and deleted candy crush after maybe 200 levels. I don’t do in app purchases. Currently I’m over level 700 and will admit that some of the levels are really, really hard. And there is some repetition in the scenes. But I’m enjoying the team concept to help each other out and share in rewards. And I like the physics. Need to puzzle out relative weights of objects. Eggs and keys seem lighter, so you need a really good blast to clear a path for them. Obstacles seem to mute blast range too. I dread seeing ice. It’s also a challenge to “save” the limited bubbles from one area to the next so they count towards a lock. And learning that not every press has to give me a bird, sometimes birds are a waste. I do wish we did not have to play the unlimited time rewards immediately upon receipt though. An hour or more is a long time to stay engaged.

PJ from CA
Apr 07, 2019

Do you actually think there will never be a person that will play your game that might actually have just a little intelligence. I have played your game for a week now and here is my assessment. Forgive me if I am wrong, but the game play is trivial based on the players willingness to play. You set your winning and loosing in a pattern. You let you players win a few matches to build the confidence only to bate them into a special purchase to continue their streak. I get that, Angry Birds is a household name, but don’t think that there aren’t people out there that have the intelligence enough to see the pattern of game play. Your game play is pretty transparent. The physics change according to how many times the person has tried a specific level. If a person doesn’t pass a level a certain many of times, the playing will be adjusted to offset their efforts to ensure the player doesn’t lose interest. Once the interest to continue playing has been established, you revert to more challenging physics in the hope the player will spend money buying coinage. This cycle repeats over and over. The bottom line is this does not feel like a game. This feels like a fishing derby and we’re the fish. I have played 100 or so levels, but I can’t really say I am enjoying it, because of what I have stated above. Not this time Rovio!

Aug 21, 2019

I loved this game until about level 250. It was challenging yet it was doable. I could really lose myself in the flow, and that is what I look for in a game. It also provided me with a nice amount of boosters that made the game fun and gave me more control. Then all of a sudden, right around level 250, the boosters quit coming (for the most part) and the levels became so hard to beat with the amount of moves you are allowed. I understand this is how the app makers make their money because it is a “free” game to play but the levels become impossible to complete without purchasing more lives or boosters. Ok I know the levels aren’t truly impossible to beat but it is really hard and basically I just have to play a level for a few days until everything is magically available at the right time and in the right place to complete it. I wish wish wish we could purchase the game for $10 or $20 so the app makers could pocket some $$ and then own a game that is fun to play that doesn’t cost me a $1.99 to complete. It is a fun game but I am not willing to keep feeding it $1.99 to make it fun. I’m not stupid

Jul 11, 2019

I enjoy this game. I play it every time I’m making a new build in Unity at work so helps pass those long waits lol. However I kinda with there was more to do. More achievements to keep me wanting to play. Right no I’m far enough in the game that it almost takes 20 tries to beat some of the level. I get its chance but, man some of those level just screw you over from the start. Makes the whole life I spent a waste. Also, all the menus after losing a game are so annoying. Why do I need to click 10 things just to restart? Right now it’s getting a bit boring. Maybe add more and make money a bit easier to get with daily challenges that last longer than 6 chances and a reload button in the game so we can just start over. And ways to level up lives too lol. Otherwise great game! I’d give it 5 stars if more was added (and less freaking menus lol)

Jun 11, 2019

I absolutely love this game and it is extremely addictive, but... to get past some of the levels, you have to fork out your life’s savings. It should be easier to earn free coins for those who don’t live off trust funds. I don't have a trust fund, but came into a very small amount of inheritance and have wasted it all on this game. It made me happy during my grief until the game started crashing on me. I would be in the middle of a game when suddenly, I was looking at the game icon on my screen. If I hadn’t lost a “life” or a high dollar booster or two in the process, I wouldn’t mind so much. I first attempted to reach out directly to the the game developers, but get this... I got on their website and filled out the form to report the problem. Then, I clicked on “submit.” Nothing. Blank Page. No thank you for submitting your report. Nothing. I have no idea if they got the message or if they give a crap. So... the bottom line is, expect to lose a lot of money and crash. Enjoy!

About Angry Birds Dream Blast

Developed by the Rovio Entertainment Oyj


Angry Birds Dream Blast has 90 819 user reviews.

Angry Birds Dream Blast has an average rating of 4.7.

The latest version of Angry Birds Dream Blast (1.17.0) ​was ​released on Jan 20, 2020.

You can download Angry Birds Dream Blast ​here: 1432579280 .

Angry Birds Dream Blast Description
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Life is a bubble-popping dream in Angry Birds Dream Blast, a challenging new puzzle game with fun gameplay and content from The Angry Birds Movie 2! Join the movie celebrations and solve puzzles and have a

relaxing experience with plenty of laughs. With so many unique puzzles to solve — and more added every week — you’ll be living the dream!

Angry Birds Dream Blast is a breeze to pick up and play. Pop groups of similarly colored dream bubbles with a simple tap — pop enough bubbles at once and you’ll earn a Red booster! One Red can take out a row of bubbles, and two Reds combine to make a Chuck, which pops bubbles in four directions. Combine two Chucks to make the extra powerful Bomb booster! Baby Bomb may look funny and cute, but his explosive energy can even clear an entire screen of bubbles! Combine more bubbles at once to create more powerful boosters. It’s a blast!

– A great time killer that’s easy to pick up and play!
– Tap to pop groups of dream bubbles in a flash to solve challenging but fun puzzles.
– Pop many bubbles at once to unleash special powers of your favorite funny Angry Birds friends!


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Angry Birds Dream Blast has 90 819 user reviews.​

Angry Birds Dream Blast has an average rating of 4.7. ​The latest version of Angry Birds Dream Blast 1.17.0​ ​​was ​released on Jan 20, 2020​.

You can download Angry Birds Dream Blast ​here

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