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Bubble Trouble Contest Update

Ambrosia Software, Inc. is running a Bubble Trouble High Score Contest! When you get a high score in Bubble Trouble, you'll be given a 10 letter high score code that'll allow you to enter your score in the contest!

The contest is underway and will end June 30th, 1997, so get your score codes in quick! See below for more contest information. Now onto a breakdown of this month's top scorers in the Bubble Trouble High Score Contest

PLEASE NOTE: If you have sent in a score after the date below, it will not appear until the next posting.

As of 5/9/97

Rank        Score                    Name      
 1        6,374,065               Spencer Pratt
 2        1,256,341               Wade Singleton
 3          994,050               Michaela Schlocker
 4          951,917               Tasia Bernie
 5          904,304               Andrew Hicks
 6          897,287               Dave Koziol
 7          865,768               Edwin Cooper
 8          834,802               John Sturman
 9          829,103               David Huddleston
10          799,922               Gerardo de Leo

50          503,320               Klaus Sander

There is still plenty of time to enter the contest, so crack your knuckles and get those codes in! You can mail, fax, or e-mail them to us; see below for our address, fax, and e-mail information. You must be using Bubble Trouble 1.0.1 or later to get the high score code, and should send in just the code (not your score), and your name/address that you used when you registered for Bubble Trouble.

The top 50 scores will receive a cool Bubble Trouble/Ambrosia T-shirt; cash prizes go out to the top 3 scores as follows: 1st place: $300. 2nd place: $100. 3rd place: $50. Send in as many score codes as you like; we'll use only the best score you submit. You must be a registered user to enter the contest, so please include your name/address along with your score code so we can check our database to make sure you are registered.

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