The Story of Rainbow Islands Evolution for PSP® System

A cult classic arcade game from Taito, Rainbow Islands Evolution for the PSP® system from Ignition Entertainment is a sequel in the popular Bubble Bobble franchise. See below for more on the story of Rainbow Islands Evolution and visit the FTP link for new screens and art.

The Evil Record Company!

A record company called Million Records has expanded into every area of the music industry from production of instruments to raising new talent and publishing records. Recently they have started to churn out nothing but generic, soulless music and have spread it across the globe.

Songwriters held Prisoner!

All the songwriters are now held prisoner inside the Headquarters of Million Records, located in the Rainbow Islands. They are forced to create boring, empty music 24 hours a day while strictly adhering to the‘Million Hit Manual’.

Ecosystem in despair!

The‘fake’ music created by Million Records has a terrible effect on the ecosystem of the Rainbow Islands. The trees have withered, insects have mutated into aggressive attackers and even the islands’ gravity has been affected!

The Good guys!

This terrible calamity has brought Bubby and Bobby back to restore their homeland to its natural glory. Using a magical Rainbow instrument called the‘Hurdy Gurdy’, they must battle and destroy the evil Major Seven!

The BAD guys!

The pride of the Million Records Company, the“Major Seven” appear as the bosses in each stage, using their giant instruments and cheap sounds to try and stop Bubby and Bobby dead in their tracks.


Platform: PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) system

Genre: Classic arcade

Publisher: Ignition Entertainment

Developer: Marvelous Entertainment

# of players: 1-2 multi-player

Rating: E for everyone

Ship Date: January 2008

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