Chuzzle Deluxe 1.0

Pair, match, and line up fuzzy friends to earn points

  • Category:

    Puzzle

  • Version:

    Deluxe 1.0

  • Works under:

    Windows XP / Windows 2000 / Windows ME / Windows 98 SE / Windows 98

  • Program available in:In English
  • Program license:Trial version
  • Vote:
    7.1 (75)

Produced by Rapisoft Games, Chuzzle is described by gamers as being a combination of match three games such as Bejeweled and brain games like Cogito.

Pros

  • Chuzzle features some very bright and inspiring animation. The chuzzles, which are the heart and soul of the game, are best described as animated puffballs complete with goggle eyes. They add a sense of whimsy to what is actually a challenging and interesting game.
  • Another of the noted positive elements associated with Chuzzle is the diversity of puzzles and challenges. Unlike Bejeweled and other match three games, a player is not trying to line up and eliminate sets of colored pieces. Someone who is playing Chuzzle is working hard to line up and maintain similarly-colored chuzzle characters. The process of doing so requires addressing a wide array of different challenges, all of which works to garner and maintain the interest of a gamer.
  • Chuzzle features different skill levels. This element of the game renders it well suited to novices as well as individuals with a higher level of experience with these types of games. The game also features a mode that assists a novice player the ability to experience the overall functionality of Chuzzle before taking on all of the various challenges at one time.
  • Chuzzle has a fun and unique soundtrack. The music features what is best described as a neo-disco beat that adds to the enjoyment level of the game itself.

Cons

  • The most noticeably negative aspect of Chuzzle is found in the fact that the free online version of the game lacks some of the features of paid version. Chief among the differences is the lack of a soundtrack in the free online version of Chuzzle. In addition, the individual rounds of play in the no-cost version are shorter than what is experienced in the paid product. Despite shorter rounds of play, a gamer accesses the same challenges and graphics in both the paid-for and the free online versions of Chuzzle.

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