Magic toy factory is one of the newest bubble shooter games to be released but it’s quickly gaining popularity online, especially with younger kids! A quick 2 second glance at the game screen and probably even the title of the shooter game itself will probably give you a clue as to why it’s so popular but in case you haven’t checked it out yet lets get into the details. I’m not a kid but have to say just from a strictly bubble shooter game perspective it is an awesome game and one that is worth checking out even if you’re a full grown person.
The game is obviously geared towards kids and if the name didn’t give it away then it’s graphics sure will. The game is centered around a toy factory which is the backdrop of the game and you can see all the little trains, stuffed animals, and general toys while you play. Aside from the look and skin appearance of the game isn’t really that different than the others, the basic concept of shooting down bubbles and watching them pop is still very much alive in this game and the same rules still apply. But why would I love it so much? Well there are a few reasons for that, the first being my son.
You see this is probably the first game that my toddler (3 years old) has really been able to play on the computer. Sure there are others from the big media companies that cater to children, but even those can be complex to navigate and control and usually require a parent to be right there at the screen and guide the child through all of the steps. But with Magic Toy Factory my 3 year old son has mastered the basic concept of the game and is able to play it all by himself without my intervention. He knows how to use the controls and he knows what the object of the game is so he’s able to really enjoy it the way a kid should.
It really surprised me that he picked it up so quickly but I guess looking back it shouldn’t be so surprising. You see unlike other bubble shooter games that don’t let you use mouse controls or don’t give you a way to aim at the bubble cluster you want to pop Magic Toy Factory doesn’t have any of those issues. It gives you everything you need to play the game accurately and better yet there are no dumb timbers, distractions, or loud noises that could startle a child while they play.
What I really like is the way this game lets you aim in a very accurate manner, other bubble games should be taking note because with Magic Toy Factory you’re given an almost transparent bubble that shows you the EXACT location of where your bubble will be launched at once it’s released from your canon. This makes game play very easy for children but more importantly lets you brush up on your accuracy for the other shooter games that don’t provide this feature.
Another great feature for kids is the fact that the bubbles actually pop quite easily once they come in contact with a matching color, with the original bubble shooter the most you could get in a single pop would top out at anywhere from 3 or 4 but with Magic Toy Factory you can actually pop as many as 10 bubble clusters in a single shot. This not only makes the game easier but it lets you move through the various levels at a much smoother pace and makes it easy to get around bubble blocks that would otherwise throw you off.
The games graphics are also great, the game was recently released and compared to some of the other older shooters it’s quite new and the design, layout, and texture used in the graphics gives it right away. Obviously the game is designed to appeal to kids so there is a little bit of a toyish look to it but if you’re an adult I doubt you’ll care about how it looks as long as you’re able to play the game right. If you want to introduce your kids to the world of bubble shooter games so they can understand why you play for them for so long then this is the perfect game for you to checkout. I really think the developers should take everything they did with this game and make one geared more towards grownups because I know me, and many other visitors would be all over it thanks to the awesome game play factors.