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Simon’s bubble game is so well made I can’t get over the fact that’s it was actually free. It popped up in purrfect timing within an ad during one of the other games I was playing and so glad I clicked on it because this is my new go-to game. My favorite part has to be looking at all the funny and clever animations in map mode all along the level trail. It’s like watching a new cartoon snippet as the levels progress. Such a creative team behind this game.i love games where you can tell the developers put a lot attention to detail in its conception. It’s chock full of power ups, twist and turns and never gets boring. I’m only on level 30 but I haven’t even lost a life yet. It’s actually relaxing to play this game, unlike other frustrating games that just seem to want your money. I deleted Candy Crush and Candy Crush soda months ago after playing many years. I hated getting stuck on levels for days and sometimes weeks. Simon’s Cat Bubble game is strategic but not to the point that it raises my blood pressure. I love this Meow-Velous game and look forward to seeing more surprises and meeting new felines along the way. Thank you for the entertainment to whoever the genius is/are that created this game!
I don’t play games. I’m one of those boring people who only have “useful“ apps on their iPhone… You know the ones – spreadsheets, photo editors, recipe collections, housework organizers, and the like. But I DO like comics, and Simon’s Cat makes me smile. So when Facebook vomited up a suggestion for this game, I was somehow lured out of my doldrum state, and quickly found myself downloading this engaging game! I get just enough of a rush with each completed level that I am compelled to advance to the next steppingstone, but the OCD in me struggles with progressing forward without first ensuring that I have maintained three stars along the way. The only aspect to the game that I find lacking is that the helpful hints when being introduced to new aspects of the game do not automatically turn off when you replay that particular level. Other than the feeling that 3.5 seconds of my life time are wasted in repeating the same identical steps (as opposed to the reality that I have allowed hours of my day to be consumed by an animated feline) I am quite the happy camper!
I really like this game but it has one incredibly irritating and annoying aspect. It keeps timing out on what are called key lock gate levels. Even if you defeat the lock on the first try, the game times you out for 4 HOURS!!! Times outs are for EACH of three keys on one level. This is particularly annoying when another aspect of the game is running on a timer as well and you lose time on that booster. I don’t understand why a game with ads would block out someone from playing it???!!!??? I’m not talking about losing lives and waiting to get them back. This annoying time out is even when you win a round! It’s almost enough to keep me from playing this ADDICTING but annoying game! It would be a 5 STAR game if just this one aspect was changed! I see I’m not the only one complaining about this aspect. Time gates may be common in games but that doesn’t mean they have to be present. Time outs when you’ve lost lives is one thing... total FOUR HOUR stops (really EIGHT to TWELVE) because there are three keys) IS ABSOLUTELY REDICULOUS. Put a gate time if you think you must, but make it much less time. And please explain the rationale behind them more than just everyone has them. It just makes NO SENSE!!!
I’m rating this game 3 stars - it’s fun and mind numbing after a long day of work, which totally makes it a 5 star game, but the ads that are WAY too long and the 6+ pop ups every time you open the game are just too much. Open the game, choose play (duh, what else would you do???), get to the in screen map and automatically get notified about every time based thing that is going on or has ended and you have to click out of each of those. And maybe a new one has started so you have to click through all of those. Then any in-game ads for booster packs. And don’t forget the request to link to Facebook or the request to send you notifications for game updates (who would make that choice????). Then to play a game you get the option to choose boosters before you see the level. Then the option to get a random one within the start of the level. And then when you’re done an add that could easily be limited to 10-15 seconds. That’s a LOT of extra nonsense that is not actually playing the game and it wears me out. My SO was playing too but got so sick of the pop ups that they bailed.
I saw this on an in-game ad and thought it looked fun and the animations made me laugh. I played for quite a while enjoying the levels until I hit a gate that needs 3 keys. You can play for keys but must wait 4 hours in between plays?! The first one was beaten easily enough, but the second one (after waiting to play it) can’t be beat by me so far. You can buy a key for 70 coins ( which I haven’t earned yet), or connect to Facebook (which I don’t want to do) and ask friends for keys. Starting out the interface was nice and clean but is now cluttered with free gifts, timers, event countdowns and the like. I liked being able to watch an ad to earn extras on some levels, when it works. Half the time the loading wheel spins to select view ad and the button never appears and it just goes into the level. I understand the developers want to make money from the game and to some extent I will spend a little here and there and watch ads when I can, but I haven’t even been at it a full day and I’m hit with pay to continue or wait 8hrs (if you pass the key challenges).
Developed by the Tactile Games Limited.
Simon's Cat - Pop Time has 27 627 user reviews.
Simon's Cat - Pop Time has an average rating of 4.9.
The latest version of Simon's Cat - Pop Time (1.22.1) was released on Jan 22, 2020.
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Simon’s Cat in POP Time! - A 'bubble shooter' adventure game.
Published by Tactile Games Ltd.
Mr. Potts has finally cracked and is on the hunt for Simons Cat and his
group of garden invaders!
The adorable Critters are caught in a bubbly trap and only YOU can help free them!
Join Simons Cat, Maisy, Chloe, Kitten, Jazz and countless cute critters in a fun packed journey through some CAT-tastic new places where tasty treats are waiting to be eaten!
Get ready to POP a rainbow of bubbles in this FREE puzzle game that is totally PAWsome!
Simple and addictive puzzle gameplay! POP your way through delicious treat laden levels to rescue the cute critters!
• Play your way through hundreds of vibrant and challenging levels!
• Play daily events for lots of free coins and boosters!
• Enjoy a cast of cute characters and new backgrounds created by Simon and the team!
We are always working hard to update the game with new levels that we are PAWSitively sure will leave you feline great!
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