How to turn off the sound effects in bubble witch saga

I had to quit the demo after 40 minutes. I’m surprised I lasted that long. Every scene has a junk pile of “stuff” which you have to search through to find the items on the list. The Hidden Objects tend to repeat themselves over and over. You also can repeat scenes and nothing has changed. Even the 3 cats in each scene used for hints are in the same place. No puzzles or mini games. It took me two tries to figure out the hint system. Click on Grandma’s locket and move your cursor around until it turns green and old Grandma starts shaking. No real music and very strange sound affects. The sounds cross the line between spooky and annoying. Ok graphics.

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I agree with everyone else’s comments. Actually, the sound effects are the most interesting thing about this game, but a bit startling at times, even though I’d turned the.sound down almost as low as it would go. Playing the same scene with more or less the same objects almost immediately shows a complete lack of imagination.

Has anyone played long enough to find out if there are any minigames? If so, they’d have to be pretty amazing to be worth sorting through the junkpiles for.

After the great HOGs we’ve been offered lately, this one is a big let-down. Maybe if it had come out a couple of years ago we’d all have been raving about it, but games have moved on. Definitely a

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I think I clicked the hint button over ten times just trying to find a tiny fishhook but now I finally know how to use it. I’ve played the demo for 30 mins. now and after 5 I had to turn off the sound because it was driving me crazy. Also, anytime I clicked on a cat, my real cat would look at my computer!

I hate that everything is in the same place. Makes it repetitive and not so much fun. I’ll play out the hour, but I’m bored already.

Needs more variety!

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In minority today, but I loved the game.

First, I never play with sound on – family will begin to shout.

Second, I love the hint system – first click on the name, then on the lock (in this order); after that you only look at the color of the lock, until it turns green, and if you are near the object, it begins to “jump”.

Third – I love the search of the objects, more than thinking what to do next. BF issued few games, which are mix of adventure and HOG; yes, I liked them too, but I hated to find myself stucked in some scene, not knowing how to continue. doh!

The plot is creepy enough, to hold me in tense and continue. Mumbo Jumbo never failed my expectations.

I think the most of us mix between the two jenres: classic HOG, and HOG+ Adventure. After BF issued several games of the second jenre, seems to me that the present “fashion” which excites the players is the second jenre. Vampire Saga is one of them. I admit, that it has it’s own charm, especially for advanced players.

May be it’s time for BF to define the two jenres: “Classic HOG”, and “HOG+Adventure” – thus we shall know into which one we “enter”.

Several years have passed since Ingolf became the king of Iceland. Since taking the throne, the king has married his beloved wife, Dalla, and welcomed two beautiful children into a growing and prosperous kingdom. But when a terrible disease begins to sweep over his lands, Ingolf must travel to the far west to find a cure that will save his family and his people! Join Ingolf on an unforgettable journey to the wondrous corners of the ancient world and meet new characters along the way in Viking Saga: New World!

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If you are addicted to good Time Management games then Viking Saga: New World is definitely something you should give a try to. Made by Realore studio this free download game for pc will please all the amateurs of the genre. .. Read more

Apart from many Time management games this one has a solid storyline about a King who wants to save himself from his own curse by using his son to deliver the old ring to a troll in a fairy land. So along with the main character you travel through forests, explore new lands, help repair the items and get answers to your questions.

Levels have sets of genuinely expected errands that see you adjusting the utilization of assets to gather new things, clear ways, repair streets, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. Game has a pretty and interactive interface, it has two modes: relaxed and timed. The only bad thing about the representation is the tiny font in the corner of the screen and the tiny icons for the bonuses and power-ups. It all makes a little bit hard to keep staring to the bottom of the screen to watch the game progress.

From the very first minutes Viking Saga surprises you with its bright, crisp and colorful graphics. Images are sharp and saturated, characters are drawn very well and look cute. Even though the soundtrack and other visual effects are amazing, you may get annoyed by the repetitive sounds and voice clips in this free download game for pc. Gladly, there’s an option to turn the sound off.

What else to say? Viking Saga: New World is a decent adventure that can be put in a pc games list of many gamers. Who knows, perhaps it is exactly your cup of tea.

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Hello Royal Gamers! Sorry for the late post. Hope you enjoy the Freerolls!

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I assume this is the end of Royal Games? I have just uninstalled Flash Player as strongly recommended by Adobe who will stop supporting it from tomorrow, and now I cannot see my VIP progression status, nor can I see your deposit offer. I clicked to play my Diamond spinner game, Golf Solit

OMG, serious?? Games are slow AF, there are 1/10th of the people on line. Yeah, blow bubbles up our butt. I’m judt trying to earn enuf to offset the buck it costs to get my money.

Bubble Saga still unplayable.

3 issues on game play, interal exceptions occur frequently, blank screen and 0 score when you have scored more than 0. Big scam this site ow.

Hvor er Majong?? hvorfor fungerer Louding af CandyFlush så laaangsomt.

I played Farm King for stars and the sound is still there. Maybe you had it shut off.

Sound effects are gone from Farm King now, and it really detracts from the enjoyment of that game. Hopefully they will be returning.

Still rather a moot point as it never spins that level, and if it’s now that ghastly Pet Terminator, wouldn’t be playing it out of respect for the Grenfell Tower victims, it was a sick idea for a game even before that.

CV It was Monster Fever just prior to the switch to HTML and now its Pet R, Like I was saying to Fran I have been ‘lucky’ enough (as spent too much! ) to get it 3 times recently first time failed because of my explanation below the next 2 okay by disabling Flash, and got a 3rd & a 2nd.

I just attempted to play Bubble Saga and it is a mess. Impossible to aim. The colours are ridiculous and unrefined. Does anyone actually play the games that have been changed before releasing them? You should do the 3 most popular browsers. As far as the freerolls go I have no had one that would l

@Sile, all those things were true of Flash 10 years ago, nothing’s really changed. @dillarsmom, as comgame said, the site is really messy with bits referencing stuff that’s now hidden or deleted. I’m still waiting for my opponent in a Chuzzle Cup !

Lol, bogus spinner hasn’t spun that prize level here for almost 3 years, back then it was Farm King or nothing.

If you are lucky enough to get the top Money VIP spin £7/€10 etc you must make sure that you have disabled Flash so as to have only one screen, otherwise it will end abruptly because the 2nd screen you are not playing will be game over after the allotted 90 secs for rd 1 as you have failed the level

brillante! my daily free bonus spin & vip access was just about the only thing keeping me playing on this broke arse site & it just expired today. seeing as how king stole over 22 games from me you’d think they’d see fit to reinstate it BUT NOPE that would be asking too much eh! bah hum bug boo hiss

OMA’S Birthday list 11th January — CALLINDA — JAXXON — VILMAR2——Thank you so much xx

So TIRED of not getting to play daily free rolls. always get black screen every single day. What is really going on? Haven’t played a free roll in over 2 weeks and never hear back when submit information to RG

Thank you comgame 🙂

dillarsmom you’ll probably find that is an old Mega Royal cup that either hasn’t finished or it has and they forgot to take down the headline lol :))

I have never changed browser Chrome all the way and no problems whatsoever, I wish someone would come up with a fix for all you guys with all these glitches :((

I’ve had no problem with Firefox browser. Microsoft Edge sucked lol. Does anyone know where these $3,000.00 jackpot tournys are? I see these huge jackpots but the tourny for that big prize isn’t listed

Candy Crush Saga was such a massive hit that it’s no surprise for King to develop a juicy sequel to the original launch. With its tried-and-tested formula, this game is another match-three game that has endless levels.

An added challenge

Fans of the original will fall in love with its sequel. The gameplay is the same, featuring a simple task of matching three or more candies by switching them around the pattern. The trick is that you can do this in a limited number of turns.

The game added more levels set in various worlds. Plus, King introduced the option of challenging your friends to beat your score on Facebook, making it more competitive.

Great audio and visuals

The gameplay is super simple and features almost no learning curve. New players will see candies shuffle or shimmer to hint at your best next move.

The graphics in this version are better than ever. The characters are even cuter, the candies shinier, and the explosions extra gratifying. Besides the quality of the picture, the sound effects are also well done.

Simplistic game mechanics

Candy Crush Soda Saga is as addictive as a game gets. The improvements in the graphics and audio are evident in comparison to similar titles in the franchise. It’s only a shame that the players didn’t get a new mechanic or two to spice things up.


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Has anyone noticed that the room sounds effects no longer play? I turn the music off but I leave the sound effects on. I still have sounds when I find objects and when the reward coins and stars explode on their trajectories; but, there used to be other sounds unique to each room that are no longer there. For example, the Witch’s room had creaky floor board sounds, Polar Station had wind, and the Illusionist room had a fly sound effect. All the rooms had their own ambient sounds that no longer play on my iPad 4 IOS 7. I think they disappeared with the Treasure Island update. So my question is: for those of you who have upgraded, do you still have the unique room sound effects?

Don, Sep 25, 2014

Answer from: JW
Ha! I knew something was missing! I have upgraded, if that is what you want to call it, and they are all gone. No crashing waves, no chanting monks, nada.

Posted on: Sep 26, 2014

Answer from: Spencerd3
Yes, I miss the sound effects. I think G5 probably suspended them to keep the new update from being too large a file.

Posted on: Sep 26, 2014

Answer from: don
I knew it! Bring back the sound effects G5!

Posted on: Sep 26, 2014

Answer from: Sillygoose
I haven’t noticed, but one sound I would NEVER miss is that darn fly buzzing in the Illusionists Room. When I first played that room, I thought there was actually a fly in my house. So annoying!

Posted on: Sep 26, 2014

Answer from: don
I will give you that one Sillygoose. The fly was annoying. But I miss the other sounds.

Posted on: Sep 27, 2014

Answer from: Clare
I posted a workaround for this problem. It works for people who are missing sound effects and/or have their game immediately go to a Pause screen. It is called “Workaround for iOS 8 players. “, but it should work for iOS 7 as well. It is very simple; I have just made the solution seem more difficult than it is!

Posted on: Sep 29, 2014

Answer from: don
Thanks Clare. That was some good work. This is a little bit different and affects those who are still on iOS 7 but upgraded to Treasure a Island. We still have the exploding coins and star sounds when you find objects, but the unique room sounds are gone. Does your work-around bring those sounds back?

Posted on: Sep 30, 2014

Answer from: Clare
The unique room sounds are gone for good, Don. I wish they would come back. I believe that when you updated to Treasure Island, you developed the same issue as iOS 8 players. The game is a memory hog, and many people have submitted tickets about devices overheating, the game slowing down, crashing, etc. Removing unique room sounds helps free up some memory, and I believe G5 made the decision to speed up the game. Treasure Island requires more memory than its predecessor, though I cannot remember the exact numbers.

My apologies, I misunderstood your post but hope that I answered your question.

Posted on: Sep 30, 2014

Answer from: Don
No need to apologize Clare. I was curious to know if your trick brought back the unique room sounds. I’m afraid you are right about the sounds being sacrificed to reduce the RAM burden. This game is a memory hog. Oh well, what are we the addicted going to do. play on of course!

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How to turn off the sound effects in bubble witch saga

Subtitles, as they appear in-game.

Subtitles (also known as captions) are a feature which display text for sounds in-game. This feature is mainly intended for players who have hearing impairments, are deaf, or play with sounds off. They can also be used for hearing quieter sounds, locating sounds, or identifying sounds a player doesn’t recognize.


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When subtitles are turned on, a black box appears in the bottom right corner, which lists sounds in the world that are nearby to the player. If the sounds are offscreen, “<" or ">” point in the direction the sound is coming from. As the sound fades away, the text also fades, becoming less white.

All sounds (whether environmental, from entities, block updates, or other sources) have their own individualized subtitles. For entities, the entity is displayed followed by a specific verb, e.g. “Rabbit squeaks” or “Villager mumbles”. However, the object is not specified for removing or placing blocks and the sound of footsteps.

Subtitles can be configured in the “Music & Sound” or “Accessibility Settings” section of the Options menu.

How to turn off the sound effects in bubble witch saga

Want a real witches´ brew? Mix soap-bubble solution with dry ice, or use liquid nitrogen for bubbles that release fog when they pop. In the following video, PopSci´s contributing mad scientist, Theodore Gray, uses the help of a few young assistants to create cauldrons of toil and trouble.

Here´s how it´s done:

There are many ways to make a bubbling cauldron of witch’s brew. As with all magic, some preparation is required for the spell to work properly. The three most practical methods for creating a bubbling cauldron are:

  1. Liquid nitrogen
  2. Dry ice
  3. Mechanical injection of compressed air or, preferably, helium
  • All magic potions begin with hot water. If you don’t have a fire under your cauldron, it’s OK to just fill it with hot water from the tap-the hotter the better. To this, add magic-potion ingredients such as chili powder (for its blood-red color), cayenne pepper (for its strong magical smell) and any other spices, herbs, dried leaves, sticks, bones, wolfsbane or eyes of newt you may have lying around. Bulk chili powder, etc., can be purchased at warehouse clubs quite inexpensively.
  • If you want overflowing bubbles, add several good squirts of dishwashing liquid. For some reason, regular (non-Ultra) Dawn is renowned in the bubble industry as the best for producing suds.
  • A note on cauldrons: Cast iron is the proper material for cauldrons, but for the potions discussed here, pretty much anything will do. Plastic buckets, cooking pots-anything that will hold at least a few gallons of water is fine. Your cauldron should be about half full (or half empty, depending on how you look at it).
  • After mixing up the stock (cragged sticks and 6- to 10-year-olds are best for mixing), you´re ready to add the magic.
  • Liquid nitrogen, available from any welding-supply shop (provided you have a certified transportation Dewar to carry it in), is by far the most dramatic bubble maker. A few quarts of it dumped rapidly into a cauldron of hot, soapy water can create a billowing tower of bubbles several feet high in an instant (stand back). Much fun is had by all, but it doesn’t last very long.
  • Dry ice is much easier to get. Some larger grocery stores and supermarkets actually sell dry ice from chests just like the ones selling regular ice. Call around to find a place that sells it. I don’t know if it’s unique to my town, but where I live, you can also buy dry ice at the blood bank, which is particularly appropriate for Halloween. Ten or 15 pounds should be plenty, and it costs about $1 per pound. Bring it home in a cooler, and use within a day. (Do not try to store dry ice in a freezer. Your freezer is boiling hot compared to the dry ice, which will last longer left alone in a Styrofoam cooler.) Do not lick the dry ice, and handle it with gloves at all times.
  • Use a hammer to break up the block of dry ice, and add about five pounds at a time to the cauldron. It will bubble gently for quite a while, the bubbles full of spooky smoke. If you have soap in the brew, it will slowly bubble over and spill out in a most satisfying way. If the water gets cold, add hot water.
  • The last, and most complicated, method of bubbling a cauldron involves injecting compressed air or other gas using a coil of copper pipe with small holes drilled in it. Air from a compressor works great if you want a basically unending stream of bubbles overflowing the cauldron and making a gigantic mess (which is, I should remind you, a good thing if you’re six).
  • But the ne plus ultra of bubbling cauldrons is, without a doubt, the helium-bubble cauldron. The same copper-pipe bubbler can be connected to a regulator attached to a commercial helium cylinder (available at the same welding-supply shops you get liquid nitrogen from, and from party-supply stores, though they will not have the right regulator). Turn the helium on just fast enough for the bubbles to rise about one or two inches per second.
  • Any child who has not seen this before will be absolutely floored by it, as will many adults. Do note: It does not work very well in high winds, and the more you stir or otherwise mess with the bubbles, the less well they float. It’s best to leave them alone or just slice them off when you think they are ready to go free. (Just try to enforce that rule once the kids get involved.)
  • Also note that this is an expensive hobby: A full 240-cubic-foot tank (the largest commonly available size) will last about 15 minutes and cost about $80 to fill.

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Looking for that little something extra for your Halloween party this year? Don´t just carve another boring pumpkin. Instead, try skinning a WowWee Robotics Chimp ALIVE! for a Terminator-style head that screeches and cackles and follows you with its eyes (click here for a video). Here´s how:

Remove the fright-wig â€skin†from the outside of the chimp.

Insert the microphone from the voice-changer helmet into the chimp´s mouth.

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The Wailing Corpse

Morph a flimsy fake skeleton into a mass of hideous rotting flesh with the Corpsification Kit ($35; from Gore Galore. Then soup up your dead guy with Chips International’s Halloween Howler/ Superseller ($50;, a wallet-size gadget that lets you record up to 20 seconds of creaks and moans and then plays them back when triggered by a motion sensor. End result: perfectly timed sounds and petrified visitors.

The battery- or AC-adapter-operated Superseller comes with a line-in jack and onboard mike for recording, a line-out for amplification, and a reset timer to keep the shrieks from getting repetitive during high-traffic times. Sound effects can be retained indefinitely without power, and a swivel-type mounting bracket makes temporary installation easy. Ready for fright night?

A Screaming Head

The Scare: An evil laugh, scream or other spooky effect blares automatically when your victims pass by a particular spot.

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Welcome to Vampire Saga: Pandora’s Box forum! This is your place to ask questions, share tips, and connect with other Vampire Saga: Pandora’s Box players.

If you have questions about how to use the forums, please click the FAQ link on the right.

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There is an option to turn off the Cusom Cursor on the Options Menu. If you’re lucy, like me, once one of the menu items highlights, you know where the cursor is even though you can’t see it, and you can carefully try to get the pointer onto Options, and then to the Custom Cursor check-box (items highlight red when the cursor is over them, even if the cursor isn’t visible)

Alternatively, if you press Alt+Enter, the game should switch to windowed mode (and you’ll be able to see the windows cursor). You can then select Options, and turn off Custom Cursor a lot easier.

Personally, I prefer games that give you the option to just press Tab on the menu screen to toggle Custom Cursor on and off, first time you play the game.

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We walkthrough of Vampire Saga on the BFG blog . Just copy and paste this link into your address bar:

Enjoy the game everyone!

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Hi Lidialee

You have to unplug the lamp in the bedroom first, otherwise the fog in the porch will not appear.

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I put this on the other question thread but two is better than one. 1

I don’t want a spoiler or I would look in the walkthrough. but could someone explain what you are expected to do to the music box and the notes! I would rather not skip!

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weeharleyboy wrote: I put this on the other question thread but two is better than one. 1

I don’t want a spoiler or I would look in the walkthrough. but could someone explain what you are expected to do to the music box and the notes! I would rather not skip!

Hi Weeharley, I know you don’t want to look at the walkthrough but this one is kind of hard to explain (at least for me) in a few words but here is a hint of what you need to do.

# The symbols depicted on the top roller are notes you need to play.

# Locate the symbol on the 1st position of the roller on the lower portion of the music box.

# Since it is the FIRST position on the roller, click on the First Circle above the matching symbol. The First position starts at the bottom of the roller.

Follow the same procedure for the rest of the symbols.

# Once all the symbols have been entered correctly, click on the button in the lower right.

# If the symbols are correct, the rollers will move on to the next set of symbols.

# If the symbols are incorrect, you will have to enter them again.

I just took part of what I wrote in the walkthrough. The walkthrough has better visuals with the screenshots. If you need more info than that let me know.