OK. Maybe that's not a kind of game that most people love but following the same Labyrinth game style, Resco Bubbles is a nice puzzle/action game where you control a ball and you have to pop up bubbles in a given order defined by, well, numbers. In addition to this maybe simple task there are some twists: bubbles that can't be touched, explosions that affects the main ball trajectory, some bubbles that affect the ball direction, bubbles that move (fast by the way), different surfaces (that makes the game interesting) and so on. All that wrapped in 50 levels (some may say that's no too much). You can play not only to get the level done but also to try the best time which increase a bit the replayability. Fortunately there is a Resco Bubble Lite with 5 levels so you can try it first. Priced $5.99 it sure expensive for most of the gamers but (again) for a casual gamer it's a nice addition. By the way, Resco is an old Palm developer, used to charge $15 or more for their applications. That's probably the reason for a higher price tag.