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Schnuffel (Snuggle Bunny) is an animated character created by German music and cell-phone company Jamster/Jamba.

Snuggle debuted in 2007 with the song "The Snuggle Song" where he is singing about how much he loves hugging. The song became a hit in Germany resulting in the character to appear in a few more songs before ending up as a franchise with a couple albums released. As a result of his popularity, he became the official mascot of the company and has even appeared in a few commercials and live shows in Europe.

In 2010, Jamster created a new bunny character named "Schnuffelienchen" (Snuggelina) who is Snuggle's girlfriend who also gained a few songs of her own with the latest being "Ohne Dich" (Without You).

The character starred in his own mobile game by Java and released in 2008 by Ojom.


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  • "Snuggle Sing" (Kuschel Song) (2007)
  • "I Love You So" (2008)
  • "Doo Be Doo Be Doo" (2009)
  • "The Christmas Song" (2010)
  • "Peep Peep" (2009)
  • "Kiss Me, Hold Me, Love Me" (Küss mich, halt mich, lieb mich) (2010)
  • "Without You" (Ohne Dich) (2014)

Tropes associated with Schnuffel:

  • Art Evolution: Schnuffel has gained a few redesigns since his debut in 2007
  • Audio Adaptation: In 2010 Jamster released CD's called "Schnuffel und Schnuffelienchen" which star the duo going on various adventures and befriends new people.
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  • Christmas Songs: "Schnuffel's Christmas Song"
  • Ghibli Hills: The setting takes place in a meadow where a castle is located.
  • Mascot: Became the current mascot for Jamba!/Jamster since 2007 after retiring Crazy Frog.
  • Nice Guy: Snuggle is a very kind-hearted bunny judging by the majority of the songs.
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  • Nine Hundred Number: Replaced Crazy Frog as the mascot of Jamba!/Jamster, which was the most infamous example of the SMS premium club version of this trope.
  • Silly Love Songs: One of the more well-known tropes used for the characters would have to be "Peep Peep",'Kiss me,hold me,love me" and "The Snuggle Song".
  • Sickeningly Sweethearts: Snuggle and Snuggelina. Most of Snuggelina's songs such as "Without You" and "Kiss me,hold me, love me" are both love songs about her feelings for Snuggle.
  • Sugar Bowl: The main setting takes place in a peaceful meadow.
  • White Bunny: Snuggelina is a mostly white bunny with a mix of brown fur.

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