Tiny Bubbles has scored well in three separate indie mobile game contests.
It has fluid, natural gameplay where you try to match four bubbles of the same color.
You can snip the edge of a bubble, pop it, and connect other bubbles together as a result.
Very simple, and fun, as Denman demonstrated at last week’s Mobile Gaming Forum in Seattle.
Tiny Bubbles may be a lot of fun, with real validation from the indie contests validating that point, but getting a publisher could be critical to success in the mobile game app stores, where hundreds or even thousands of titles are released every day.
At this point, Denman has a polished presentation.