iPad Fuzzle - Free, for a limited time!

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  1. different

    different Well-Known Member

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    [app]Fuzzle[/app]

    Nice game where you have to match 5 balls around a grid. New balls are added when you make a move (except when clearing 5 balls), and there's a couple of special balls as well. It's a fun little game, and I was considering purchasing it until I noticed that it's gone down from $1.99 to free!

    Pick it up now and don't miss out on this little gem of a puzzler. :)
     
  2. dudehuge

    dudehuge Well-Known Member

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    #2 dudehuge, Sep 14, 2008
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    Cute dev :p

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UU_0MrUjjqE
     
  3. different

    different Well-Known Member

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    She doesn't come with the game, however. ;)
     
  4. dudehuge

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    #4 dudehuge, Sep 14, 2008
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    Yeah, bummer :(

    I love a cute chick that knows her integers from her floats :p
     
  5. VeganTnT

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    Can we start some kind of petition??? please!??

    I'm a sucker for accents


    but in other news, I got the game from the itunes mobile store and it loaded insanely quick (must be that 2.1 firmware). The game is interesting and much more strategic than I thought it would be.

    I also like that the sound effects for creating a 5 chain and going up a level are the same ones in Trism. They are really pleasant sounds that let me know I've done good and are also easy to hear while playing music
     
  6. BrettArchibald

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    This game is quite similar to [app]BeeCells[/app], and to be honest, I think I prefer BeeCells.

    In BeeCells you have to group 6 balls together, as opposed to Fuzzle's 5, but in BeeCell, they just have to be grouped together touching one another on a hexagon-based grid, and in Fuzzle they have to be in a straight line (horizontal, vertical or diagonal) on a square-based grid.

    Obviously the fact that Fuzzle is free at the moment will have some bearing on which game you download, but BeeCells is only 99c / 59p.
     
  7. dudehuge

    dudehuge Well-Known Member

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    Brett just look at her and you'll change your mind. :p
     
  8. networkman

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    Got the game.

    Wonderful time. It takes some understanding and it does have a strategy. (I'm still working on that!)

    Firstly, It's important to note that you can move the "F"uzzles not only in a straight line but in any path not blocked. (right, left turns, straight as one move).

    Give this a try. You will enjoy it.

    One of myfavs right now.
    Bill.
    :)
     
  9. crunc

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    I'm not that crazy about lines games, but this variant seems an improvement, is fun for what it is and free is a great price.
     
  10. ArtNJ

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    Thread necromancy on an old thread because fuzzle is again free.

    I gather this was pretty popular way back in the early days of the app store.

    So far, I like to play untimed mode on "easy" setting or above. You can play a good while on easy without any really overly deep strategy, but at the same time the sense of danger and narrow escapes is periodically there.

    I dont see any still-living threads on fuzzle, so let me say that its a puzzle game with a simple premise, and lots of options, from the makers of Fling!

    It doesnt seem to have the same depth of strategy as Fling!, but that makes it more relaxing in a way...and I could be wrong as well.
     
  11. ArtNJ

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    I definitely suggest checking it out for puzzle fans. It got pretty high in the charts, and I'm enjoying it quite a bit now that I finally got it.
     

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