I've lost count of the number of puzzle games I've played that have had colored balls in them. FlyingBubbles is the latest in that long line, although it's disappointingly unoriginal.
The object of FlyingBubbles is to clear the screen of balls. You do this by clicking on conjoined group of same-colored balls. They will then disappear and the balls above them will drop down. Play continues until no more combinations can be made.
The gameplay in FlyingBubbles is about as simplistic as it gets, although it can be frustratingly addictive. There are two different board sizes to choose from, with the larger one presenting more of a challenge.
Unfortunately, FlyingBubbles gets very repetitive and the fact that you have to go into the menu system to restart every time will test your patience. It would've been nice to have some variety in terms of the ball patterns/colors, and the addition of some power-ups or combos wouldn't have gone amiss.
FlyingBubbles is good simple fun for a while, but it is too one-dimensional to have any lasting appeal.