Bubble Shooter Christmas Pack

Bubble Shooter Christmas Pack

Shoot and match Christmas tree decorations on fifteen challenging levels. Remove the bubbles so the board can be saved from the danger line. Enter your high score.
 
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Bubble Shooter Christmas Pack
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