Snoozle is an addictive puzzle game that is easy to learn but difficult to master!
Use the touchscreen to flick the balls to the top of the screen. Match 3 of the same color to clear them from the screen. Clear 10 to advance to the next level. Each new level adds a new colored ball.
When you clear a ball that has others attached to it, they drop away. Drop 10 to earn a swap - double-tap to change the current ball to whatever color you need!
Since the app store opened, I've been looking for a game like Snood but without the unnecessary complexity and file size of Bubble Bash. This is it. Simply figure out where you want the ball to go and flick your finger to launch it up the screen. Line up three in a row of the same color and they clear. Easy and fun. - kcjazzlark
This game is so much fun to waste time and when your bored - Wggkfwc
Funnest game out right now - Gossennator
Like bouncy color-coded crack - jennachristine
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Ratings and Reviews
This "could" be better easy
FRUSTRATING! Okay, the freebie game that goes to level 4 is fun! So I thought more levels, more fun, but no, lots more frustration after level 4 real fast. The $1.99 version, after level 4 the game gets too hard too fast. Too many more ball colors and I mean lots! So many that some have stripes! I would have rated this game 5 stars if the programmer would have decreased the ball colors down by AT LEAST 100% or more. I played Snood a LOT so I have the idea how the game goes. (Note to the programmer, you got a hit here, just reduce the ball colors because otherwise a person can't get to second base.)
Not Snood; Frustratingly close, but it misses details
Snoozle is an approximation of Snood. If you know that great, classic game, then you know how detailed it is. Making careful shots is key, especially on the higher levels. A pixel make a big difference, and it's sometimes possible to thread a Snood into a place where it doesn't seem it'll fit.
Snoozle doesn't make it. I haven't found it possible to be that careful in my aim. Sometimes, I even have trouble firing the ball out. Other times, I barely touch the screen and accidentally fire a ball.
I want to like Snoozle, but found myself getting frustrated playing it. Where Snood combined precise shooting with strategic thinking, Snoozle calls for neither. Most of my games have been quick and mildly enjoyable. If I had the option to do over, I wouldn't buy the full version.
I love playing when I need a non-competitive way to pass time, but I REALLY wish the game would track score stats. I don't remember what the highest level is that I've gotten to, or what my highest score has been, and I'd love to see each time I play if I'm getting better or worse. Also, my girlfriend sometimes plays too, and it would be fun if we could both track our scores against each other. Add these features, and I'll probably play a lot more AND tell my friends to download it so we can play against each others scores.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.