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Double Bubble

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People said chances have to be seized before they slip away. Time to embody the spirit before the bubbles burst! In this game, your goal is to pick the objects which have appeared before. When the game starts, a number of bubbles will ascend from the bottom of the play area, and each of the bubbles contains a certain object. You do not have to click the bubbles if the objects are appearing for the first time, but when an identical item reappears, you need to click the bubble. At each level of the game you will need to collect a certain amount of objects in order to proceed, and you need to accomplish the goal within the time limit as shown at the bottom of the screen, or you will lose. The objects will become trickier as you advance, and if you pick a wrong item your score and the remaining time will be deducted. Test your memory now and memorize as many items as you can!
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