Air Pockets

AIR POCKETS are formed in the empty spaces between Bubbles that don't fit perfectly. One misplaced Bubble can cause many AIR POCKETS, and AIR POCKETS take up as much space as Bubbles. One way to get rid of AIR POCKETS is to remove all the Bubbles below it and expose the AIR POCKET to open water. When this is done the Air Pocket will dissolve. If you're not careful AIR POCKETS will fill the screen faster than Bubble Clusters. Luckily, you can slide Bubbles into Air Pockets. When you pop the...

Do not clean with benzene paint thinner alcohol or other such solvents

DO NOT USE WITH FRONT OR REAR PROJECTION TV Do not use a front or rear projection television with your Nintendo Entertainment System. Your projection television screen may be permanently damaged if video games with stationary images or patterns arc played on your projection television. Similar damage may occur if you leave your game in PAUSE mode. If you use your projection television with NES games, American Video Entertainment, Inc. will not be liable for any damage. This situation is not...

Stacked Game

Stacked Mermaids

If you selected the STACKED game your screen will look like this. STACKED games are different than EASY or HARD games. The Letter Bubble is under a pile of Bubbles. To advance to the next Stage you must pop the Letter Bubble. There are no Magic Bubbles in the STACKED game. The Stacked game is the most difficult qame. A gooa strategy when playing a Stacked game is to concentrate on releasing the Letter Bubble at the top of the screen as quickly as possible. When a new game is started the player...