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Balloon Pop Festival
|Balloon Pop Festival|
|Developer(s)||UFO Interactive Games|
|Publisher(s)||UFO Interactive Games|
|Release date(s)||NA September 22, 2011|
|Input methods||Wii Remote|
Balloon Pop Festival is a revolutionary puzzle game that's fit for all ages. Point at the screen to aim and link a series of balloons to create satisfying combos! Watch as the festival beautifully animates and bring jollity back to the earth, releasing different graphical elements to represent each month.
The goal of the game is to score as much as you can before balloons cross the deadline on the bottom. Each festival has different graphical elements, animation, and characters' costumes. When leveling up, the graphic elements will be developed and complete in 10 levels. Festival will be changed every 10 levels. The more you do more through the festival, the more you will unlock the graphics for playing the other modes.
There are no reported problems with this title.
This title does not need non-default settings to run properly.
The graph below charts the compatibility with Balloon Pop Festival since Dolphin'srelease, listing revisions only where a compatibility change occurred.
This title has been tested on the environments listed below:
|Windows 10||Intel Core i5-1035G1 @ 1 GHz||Intel UHD Graphics (Gen11)||When I loaded up the game, I noticed that the resolution automatically goes to 4:3 (I have 16:9 enabled but I did not use "Force 16:9") As a result, someone needs to make a widescreen hack.
During game play, the emulation was very smooth. I would personally rate this software a 5 on the star scale.- I didn't touch anything in configuration, nor did i need too. The sound is also perfect. You need just a wii remote (sideways) to play this game and nothing else, but there is a two player mode that I did not test yet. Also, i couldn't test out all of the game's modes due to them being locked. (I lost at the first stage and I dont know when these modes unlock)