Bubble Town on Facebook April Fool's prank: The 'Impossible Level'

Bubble Town Party Planet's Impossible level

Bubble Town on Facebook, the bubble popping game from I-play, kicks off April Fool's day by presenting players with 'Impossible Level.' Today only, everyone who visits the game will be able to take a crack at solving this impossible level of the game for the chance to win 100,000 Bubble Bucks, the game's virtual currency.

*SPOILER* Of course, this is April Fools' Day, so once players will inevitably lose this challenge -- it is called 'impossible' for a reason, ya know -- and will, subsequently, lose the 100K Bubble Bucks. *Insert sad face here* Defeated players will be informed that they have been pranked, and will have that frown turned upside down when they're given 500 Bubble Bucks(!) for being good sports. Players will then be able to pass the Impossible Level on to friends (for an additional 100 Bubble Bucks).

bubble town party planet on Facebook, share impossible level with friends

"We know how much our players love a challenge and we wanted to give them an offer they couldn't pass up. And while some of our expert players can beat any level they come across – this one is truly impossible," says Tony Leamer, I-play's Marketing VP. "The best part is that everyone wins – the player who is pranked receives 500 Bubble Bucks to spend on power-ups or for level packs and when the player pranks their friends he or she receives even more Bubble Bucks."

Even though it's April Fool's Day -- this prank actually turns out to be pretty decent in the the end -- you can buy quite a few power-ups with all of those newfound Bubble Bucks. Try your hand at the Bubble Town Impossible level and put your bubble popping skills to the ultimate test.

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