Difference between revisions of "Bubble Bobble"

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{{INES| title = Bubble Bobble
{{INES| title = Bubble Bobble
|image = [[Image:Bubble Bobble Title.png|center]]
|image=[[Image:Bubble Bobble Title.png]]
|mapperno = 1
|game=Bubble Bobble
|mappername = [[S*ROM (MMC1)]]
|prgrom = 8 x 16kB
|mappername=[[S*ROM (MMC1)]]
|chrrom = 4 x  8kB
|prgrom=8 x 16kB
|mirroring = Horizontal
|chrrom=4 x  8kB
|4screen = No
|sram = No
|game = Bubble Bobble
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[[Category:NES Games|Bubble Bobble]]
[[Category:Bubble Bobble]]

Revision as of 23:32, 8 June 2009

Bubble Bobble
Bubble Bobble Title.png
Mapper No. 1
Mapper Name S*ROM (MMC1)
PRG-ROM Pages 8 x 16kB
CHR-ROM Pages 4 x 8kB
Mirroring Horizontal
4-Screen Mirroring No
SRAM Enabled No
ROM map | RAM map | Text table | Notes | Tutorials

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There are a few Bubble Bobble editing utilities. Of the three, Bubble Bobble Level Editor is the least advanced. The other two edit the same data mostly.



Bubble Bobble was also released as an MS-DOS PC game for IBM and compatible (some high-end Tandy computers from the late 1980s could run this program as well, but not compatible for Amiga, Apple, or Commodore 64.)

Known Dumps

  • Bubble Bobble (E)
  • Bubble Bobble (U) [!]

External Links

(Note: include some links here)