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Chuzzle on PC

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Chuzzle is a Minigames game available on the PC.

Chuzzle is a Minigames game. Mini games come in a variety of shapes and sizes. What unites the genre is the speed with which players can pickup the games and the relativley short time requried to complete a level or two.


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Family Gamer review Tue, 17 Feb 2009

Chuzzle is a cute and addictive connect 3 style puzzle game that managed to stealthily work its way into my gaming time. Looking like a retro-style Bejewelled clone, it might lack the depth of Popcap's other casual games but it has a personality that kept me playing for far longer than I thought I would. The cute Chuzzles not only held my attention but also my family's and as casual puzzle games go, this is one of the best.

Popcap continue to be the big daddy of the casual game market with releases such as Peggle Nights and Bejewelled 2 dominating the play-space for five minute fixes. But Chuzzle is also a game that deserves just as much attention. Similar to Bejewelled, the goal is to move lines of ‘Chuzzles' vertically or horizontally until you can match three or more. When that happens a satisfying plink occurs (legally required in all Popcap games) and the eyes of these Chuzzles get transferred into the flask on the left of the screen. Once you've filled that flask the level ends and points are awarded accordingly. A simple idea that is satisfying and addictive - especially if you're trying to work at the same time.
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