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''Chuzzle'' is a CasualVideoGame from Creator/PopCapGames for computers (in both CD-ROM form and through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}). Like so many other {{Match Three Game}}s, the player lines up groups of 3 or more like-colored Chuzzles to clear them from the board. However, rather than flip-flopping or turning the individual Chuzzles to make matches, the player drags an entire row or column to align the Chuzzles. Thus, any combination of Chuzzles will remove them from the board as long as at least one is adjacent to another.

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''Chuzzle'' is a CasualVideoGame from Raptisoft Games, and published by Creator/PopCapGames for computers (in both CD-ROM form and through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}). Like so many other {{Match Three Game}}s, the player lines up groups of 3 or more like-colored Chuzzles to clear them from the board. However, rather than flip-flopping or turning the individual Chuzzles to make matches, the player drags an entire row or column to align the Chuzzles. Thus, any combination of Chuzzles will remove them from the board as long as at least one is adjacent to another.


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A sequel, ''Chuzzle 2'', released on iOS and Android on December 18, 2018, and introduces many new game modes and features.[[http://www.chuzzle.com/]]

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* AchievementSystem: Yes, there ''is'' one. You get various achievements when performing some difficult combos.


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* GuiltBasedGaming: The "Do you want to quit?" screen features a ''crying'' Chuzzle. Heartbreaking, really.


** Moving a row or column back and forth rapidly will dizzy its Chuzzles. Shaking your phone will do this to the whole board.

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** Moving a row or column back and forth rapidly will dizzy its Chuzzles. Shaking your phone the device in the mobile versions will do this to the whole board.


* RidiculouslyCuteCritter: The Chuzzles themself. (Cute enough for some copies of Chuzzle to come with little googly-eyed Chuzzle squeaky toys.)

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* RidiculouslyCuteCritter: The Chuzzles themself.themselves. (Cute enough for some copies of Chuzzle to come with little googly-eyed Chuzzle squeaky toys.)


''Chuzzle'' is a VideoGame from Creator/PopCapGames for computers (in both CD-ROM form and through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}). Like so many other {{Match Three Game}}s, the player lines up groups of 3 or more like-colored Chuzzles to clear them from the board. However, rather than flip-flopping or turning the individual Chuzzles to make matches, the player drags an entire row or column to align the Chuzzles. Thus, any combination of Chuzzles will remove them from the board as long as at least one is adjacent to another.

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''Chuzzle'' is a VideoGame CasualVideoGame from Creator/PopCapGames for computers (in both CD-ROM form and through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}). Like so many other {{Match Three Game}}s, the player lines up groups of 3 or more like-colored Chuzzles to clear them from the board. However, rather than flip-flopping or turning the individual Chuzzles to make matches, the player drags an entire row or column to align the Chuzzles. Thus, any combination of Chuzzles will remove them from the board as long as at least one is adjacent to another.



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** Clicking a Chuzzle multiple times will cause it to sneeze its fur off, which grows back shortly after. Doing this with a Fat Chuzzle will cause it to burp instead.
** Dragging a line back and forth repetitively will cause the Chuzzles on said line to get dizzy once you stop. On mobile versions, this can also be done by shaking the device.
** In the PC version only, leaving your cursor on a Chuzzle for a few seconds will cause the Chuzzle to get angry. If you leave it on longer, the Chuzzle will [[InterfaceScrew forcefully throw the cursor off itself]].
** If you have unlocked the "Triple Combo", "Brainiac", "Puzzler", and "Ten Grand" achievements, clicking on them in that order unlocks a {{VideoGame/Bejeweled}} clone called "Bechuzzed".
* EverythingsBetterWithRainbows: There are rainbow-colored Chuzzles. Matching them are worth more points.


''Chuzzle'' is a VideoGame from Creator/PopCapGames for computers (in both CD-ROM form and through {{Steam}}). Like so many other {{Match Three Game}}s, the player lines up groups of 3 or more like-colored Chuzzles to clear them from the board. However, rather than flip-flopping or turning the individual Chuzzles to make matches, the player drags an entire row or column to align the Chuzzles. Thus, any combination of Chuzzles will remove them from the board as long as at least one is adjacent to another.

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''Chuzzle'' is a VideoGame from Creator/PopCapGames for computers (in both CD-ROM form and through {{Steam}}).UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}). Like so many other {{Match Three Game}}s, the player lines up groups of 3 or more like-colored Chuzzles to clear them from the board. However, rather than flip-flopping or turning the individual Chuzzles to make matches, the player drags an entire row or column to align the Chuzzles. Thus, any combination of Chuzzles will remove them from the board as long as at least one is adjacent to another.


''Chuzzle'' is a {{video game}} from PopCapGames for computers (in both CD-ROM form and through {{Steam}}). Itís a variant on the MatchThreeGame where the player lines up groups of 3 or more like-colored Chuzzles to clear them from the board. What makes the game unique is that, rather than flip-flopping or turning the individual Chuzzles to make matches, the player drags an entire row or column to align the Chuzzles. Thus, any combination of Chuzzles will remove them from the board as long as at least one is adjacent to another.

Clearing out a 2 x 2 block of Chuzzles will drop a Fat Chuzzle onto the board; they take up a 2 x 2 space and move two rows/columns at once when you move them. Clearing out 5 or more Chuzzles at once will leave behind a Super Chuzzle which will blow up when matched and clear out a 3 x 3 area, along with any Fat Chuzzles which might be in the chain. Clearing 6 or more Chuzzles at once will net you extra points and move you through the level faster.

As you progress, the game will start randomly locking Chuzzles to increase the difficulty; once a Chuzzle is locked, you canít move its row or column until you make a match with it. If you run out of moves, you get two chances to scramble the board, which also removes all the locks. Additional scrambles can be earned at certain point levels.

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''Chuzzle'' is a {{video game}} VideoGame from PopCapGames Creator/PopCapGames for computers (in both CD-ROM form and through {{Steam}}). Itís a variant on the MatchThreeGame where {{Steam}}). Like so many other {{Match Three Game}}s, the player lines up groups of 3 or more like-colored Chuzzles to clear them from the board. What makes the game unique is that, board. However, rather than flip-flopping or turning the individual Chuzzles to make matches, the player drags an entire row or column to align the Chuzzles. Thus, any combination of Chuzzles will remove them from the board as long as at least one is adjacent to another.

Clearing out a 2 x 2 block of Chuzzles will drop a Fat Chuzzle onto the board; they take up a 2 x 2 space and move two rows/columns at once when you move them. Clearing out 5 or more Chuzzles at once will leave behind a Super Chuzzle which will blow up when matched and clear out a 3 x 3 area, along with any Fat Chuzzles which might be in the chain. Clearing 6 or more Chuzzles at once will net you extra points and move you through the level faster.

As you progress, the game will start increase the difficulty by randomly locking Chuzzles to increase the difficulty; once a Chuzzle is locked, you canít move its Chuzzles, which freezes their row or and column until you make a match with it. If you run out of moves, you get two chances to scramble the board, which also removes all the locks. Additional scrambles can be earned at certain point levels.



::: Expert - The level-end point bonuses double; locks start coming as early as the first level; and the Chuzzles don't give hints.

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::: Expert - The level-end point bonuses double; double, locks start coming as early as the first level; level, and the Chuzzles don't give hints.



** MatchThreeGame



* MatchThreeGame: With the twist that you move the rows/columns instead of the individual Chuzzles.



* StatMeters: The eyes of popped Chuzzles fly into the big flask and fill it as you progress through a level, then pop out in a rush when you complete the level. While they're doing this, they emit a sound that's [[{{Homage}} reminiscent]] of how [[PacMan another game's]] disembodied eyes sounded when they moved...

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* StatMeters: The eyes of popped Chuzzles fly into the big flask and fill it as you progress through a level, then pop out in a rush when you complete the level. While they're doing this, they emit a sound that's [[{{Homage}} reminiscent]] of how [[PacMan [[VideoGame/PacMan another game's]] disembodied eyes sounded when they moved...



** Moving a row or column back and forth rapidly will dizzy its Chuzzles. Shaking your phone will do this as well, to the whole board.

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** Moving a row or column back and forth rapidly will dizzy its Chuzzles. Shaking your phone will do this as well, to the whole board.


''Chuzzle'' is a {{video game}} from PopCapGames for both regular computers (in both CD-ROM form and through {{Steam}}) and the [[IOSGames iPhone]]. Itís a variant on the MatchThreeGame where the player lines up groups of 3 or more like-colored Chuzzles to clear them from the board. What makes the game unique is that, rather than flip-flopping or turning the individual Chuzzles to make matches, the player drags an entire row or column to align the Chuzzles. Thus, any combination of Chuzzles will remove them from the board as long as at least one is adjacent to another.

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''Chuzzle'' is a {{video game}} from PopCapGames for both regular computers (in both CD-ROM form and through {{Steam}}) and the [[IOSGames iPhone]].{{Steam}}). Itís a variant on the MatchThreeGame where the player lines up groups of 3 or more like-colored Chuzzles to clear them from the board. What makes the game unique is that, rather than flip-flopping or turning the individual Chuzzles to make matches, the player drags an entire row or column to align the Chuzzles. Thus, any combination of Chuzzles will remove them from the board as long as at least one is adjacent to another.


* RidiculouslyCuteCritter: The Chuzzles themself.

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* RidiculouslyCuteCritter: The Chuzzles themself. (Cute enough for some copies of Chuzzle to come with little googly-eyed Chuzzle squeaky toys.)


''Chuzzle'' is a {{video game}} from PopCapGames for both regular computers and the [[IOSGames iPhone]]. Itís a variant on the MatchThreeGame where the player lines up groups of 3 or more like-colored Chuzzles to clear them from the board. What makes the game unique is that, rather than flip-flopping or turning the individual Chuzzles to make matches, the player drags an entire row or column to align the Chuzzles. Thus, any combination of Chuzzles will remove them from the board as long as at least one is adjacent to another.

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''Chuzzle'' is a {{video game}} from PopCapGames for both regular computers (in both CD-ROM form and through {{Steam}}) and the [[IOSGames iPhone]]. Itís a variant on the MatchThreeGame where the player lines up groups of 3 or more like-colored Chuzzles to clear them from the board. What makes the game unique is that, rather than flip-flopping or turning the individual Chuzzles to make matches, the player drags an entire row or column to align the Chuzzles. Thus, any combination of Chuzzles will remove them from the board as long as at least one is adjacent to another.


Clearing out a 2 x 2 block of Chuzzles will drop a Fat Chuzzle onto the board; they take up a 2 x 2 space and move two rows/columns at once when you move them. Clearing out 5 Chuzzles at once will leave behind a Super Chuzzle which will blow up when matched and clear out a 3 x 3 area, along with any Fat Chuzzles which might be in the chain. Clearing 6 or more Chuzzles at once will net you extra points and move you through the level faster.

As you progress, the game will start randomly locking Chuzzles to increase the difficulty; once a Chuzzle is locked, you canít move its row or column until you make a match with it. If you run out of moves, you get two chances to scramble the board, which also removes all the locks.

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Clearing out a 2 x 2 block of Chuzzles will drop a Fat Chuzzle onto the board; they take up a 2 x 2 space and move two rows/columns at once when you move them. Clearing out 5 or more Chuzzles at once will leave behind a Super Chuzzle which will blow up when matched and clear out a 3 x 3 area, along with any Fat Chuzzles which might be in the chain. Clearing 6 or more Chuzzles at once will net you extra points and move you through the level faster.

As you progress, the game will start randomly locking Chuzzles to increase the difficulty; once a Chuzzle is locked, you canít move its row or column until you make a match with it. If you run out of moves, you get two chances to scramble the board, which also removes all the locks. Additional scrambles can be earned at certain point levels.



** Casual - Locks don't start showing up until level 3 or 4, and Chuzzles will give you hints. You also get 1000x(level #) bonus points at the end of a level.
** Expert - The level-end point bonuses double; locks start coming as early as the first level; and the Chuzzles don't give hints.

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** ::: Casual - Locks don't start showing up until level 3 or 4, and Chuzzles will give you hints. You also get 1000x(level #) bonus points at the end of a level.
** ::: Expert - The level-end point bonuses double; locks start coming as early as the first level; and the Chuzzles don't give hints.



* NoticeThis: If you're playing the Casual version of the Classic game and can't find a move, just wait a bit and a Chuzzle that can be played will roll its eyes. This keeps you from having to use the Hint button since that takes away from your level progress.

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* NoticeThis: If you're playing the Casual version of the Classic game and can't find a move, just wait a bit and a Chuzzle that can be played will roll its eyes. Let it sit even longer and the Chuzzle will twitch and roll its eyes. This keeps you from having to use the Hint button since that takes away from your level progress.



** Clicking repeatedly on a Chuzzle will tickle it, then make it cough, then sneeze, then let out a huge sneeze that blows its fur off for a couple of seconds.
** Moving a row or column back and forth rapidly will dizzy its Chuzzles.

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** Clicking Clicking/tapping repeatedly on a Chuzzle will tickle it, then make it cough, then sneeze, then let out a huge sneeze that blows its fur off for a couple of seconds.
** Moving a row or column back and forth rapidly will dizzy its Chuzzles. Shaking your phone will do this as well, to the whole board.

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