Bubble Bobble Plus! artwork
|First appearance||Bubble Bobble|
Giant Super Socket
Super Sockets are able to fire lasers down at their foes. They move back and forth, shooting lasers whenever they see a foe.
Super Sockets first appear in Bubble Bobble. They move sideways until hitting a wall, firing a laser down occasionally.
Super Sockets reappear in Rainbow Islands on the last world, Bubble Island. They behave identically to their first appearance.
Super Sockets appear in the Cave of Monsters level in Parasol Stars. In this game, they look slightly wider and have differently shaped antennae. A new variation based off of the UFOs from Space Invaders called UFO Socket appears.
Super Sockets appear in Bubble Bobble Part 2, behaving similarly to their first appearance. They are yellow in this game, and lack antennae.
Super Sockets reappear in Bubble Bobble Junior. They behave identically to their previous appearances.
Super Sockets appear as enemies once again in Bubble Symphony. A Giant Super Socket appears as the boss of the TV Machine and Central Park worlds. The Super Socket summons many other Super Sockets that appear in rows, moving back and forth in an homage to Space Invaders.
A Super Socket is the eighth opponent encountered in the Vs. Mode of the SNES verison of Bust-A-Move. They also appear inside the red bubbles in the game.
Super Sockets appear in Bubble Memories, acting identically to their previous appearances.
A Super Socket is the cursor in the main menu of Bust-A-Move Millennium.
Super Sockets recieve a redesign in Bubble Bobble: Old & New. They resemble Space Invaders from the original game more closely, and are more squarelike.
Super Sockets reappear in Bubble Bobble Revolution. The fifth boss, Super Socket Mech, is a UFO piloted by three Super Sockets.
Super Sockets appear once again in Rainbow Islands Revolution on Bubble Island. They act the same as they do in Rainbow Islands.
Super Sockets reappear in Bubble Bobble Plus!, behaving identically to their other appearances. They have a ridged design in this game, which gives them a more pixel-like appearance.
A Super Socket is the final opponent faced in the Vs. Mode of Bust-A-Move Plus!.
A Super Socket is the boss of the Astro-Machine level of Bust-A-Move Universe. It is guarding a dark blue Bubble Dragon.
- Super Sockets are based off of one of the enemy types appearing in one of Taito's most successful games, Space Invaders, a fact which is further emphasized by their Japanese name, "Invader".