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Snood is a fun puzzle game that is easy to learn but hard to master. In short, the game is about shooting down the colorful bubbles on the game board by forming groups of three or more identical bubbles. If you fail to shoot away bubbles twice, a row of bubbles is added to the game board, pushing the existing bubbles one step downwards. If the bubbles eventually fall off the game board, the game is lost.

There are several variations of the game, and they can differ slightly. However, the basic setup remains the same whether you play Snood, Bubble Shooter, or any other version of the game.

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Play Snood online for free

With us, you can play Snood online for free, or Bubble Shooter if you prefer to call the game that. To play, you need to have flash installed on your computer. If you don't have it, you can download the program for free from Adobe's website. There's no limit to how many times you can play, so you can play as often as you'd like. You also don't need an account to access Bubble Shooter or any of our other popular games, just open the game and start playing.

Older version of Bubble Shooter

Our version of the free Bubble Shooter game is an older variant with a retro feel. If you like the older version of Bubble Shooter, you won't be disappointed as our game has a simple colorful design with pixelated edges.

How to play

You play Snood online using the mouse or trackpad. Drag the cursor where you want the bubble to land and then click with the mouse to send it. Before starting, you must launch the game. Click 'start game', and a game board with colorful bubbles will be displayed. There are bubbles in seven different colors, and they are randomly placed on the game board, which consists of eight rows with 16 bubbles in each row initially. At the bottom, you'll see the bubble you'll be shooting next. Bottom-left, you can also see the next bubble in line to be shot. The small rainbow on the left shows how many shots you have left before the game board moves down one notch.

Goal: shoot down bubbles and score points

The goal in Snood is to shoot colored bubbles onto the playing area, forming groups of three or more bubbles of the same color. Each group is then removed and earns you points. Larger groups give more points. A group of three bubbles scores three points, but four bubbles score five points, etc.

When bubbles no longer stick at the top, they fall down automatically. You also get points for these.

Every time you can't form a new group, a portion of the rainbow in the bottom left disappears. When the rainbow is gone, the bubbles move down. If they reach the bottom and outside the light blue square, you've lost. You can miss twice before the bubbles move down. When they do, they move not just straight down, but also a step to the right or left, so they can end up in different spots than they were before.

If you hit a black bubble, it explodes, destroying all nearby bubbles. You don't get points for these bubbles, but it can be helpful in situations, for example, to shoot away bubbles so they don't fall off the game board.

As you can see, it's no wonder the game is sometimes also called Bubble Shooter – that's essentially what it's all about, shooting bubbles!

group with 2 green bubbles
group with 3 green bubbles

Set a record

In Snood, the goal is to collect as many points as possible during a game round. On the right side of the window, you can see your current score. There, you can also see your high score, so you know how many points you need to beat your personal record. Perfect for those who love competing against themselves!

Strategy in Bubble Shooter

Here are some strategy tips for Bubble Shooter:

  • Aim! It might sound obvious, but take your time to aim, and you'll increase your chances of hitting the mark.
  • Use the walls. You can bounce bubbles off walls to make them land correctly.
  • Plan: Look at the color of the next bubble and plan your best move.
  • Use the black bubbles wisely.

Compete against a friend

Since Snood is score-based, not only can you compete against yourself, but you can also challenge others. Here are some suggestions for competition formats:

  • Who can score the highest? You both set a time limit for the challenge. When time's up, the one with the highest score wins.
  • Who has the highest average score over 10 game rounds? Here, you'll need some manual work as you'll need to record the scores from each game round. After 10 rounds, sum up the scores and divide by 10. The person with the highest average score wins.
  • Play best out of three. Again, record your scores from the game rounds. Then sum up the three game rounds and see who scored the most.
  • History and background

    The game was originally created by Taito in 1994. It was called Puzzle Bobble or Bust-a-Move. In 1996, David Dobson created an improved version of the game, which he named Snood. The game is incredibly simple, but many players also find it frustratingly hard at times. Snood is considered a challenging game that requires a lot of skills. Other names for this game include Frozen Bubble, Bubble Up, and Bubble Shooter.

    Source: Wikipedia

    Snood FAQ

    Can I play Bubble Shooter for free with you?

    Answer: Yes, it's free to play with us.

    What happens if I manage to shoot down all the bubbles?

    Answer: Good question! We're not entirely sure, but we think and believe that a new row of bubbles will be added so you can continue playing.

    What do I need to play Snood online?

    Answer: You need a computer with an internet connection, flash, and a mouse. In Snood, you use the mouse to play and shoot the bubbles.

    What is Snood?

    Answer: A strategy and puzzle game where you shoot colorful bubbles to blow up the bubbles on the game board. The bubbles must form clusters of at least three bubbles of the same color to be blown up.

    History of Frozen Bubble

    This game was originally created by Taito in 1994. It was then called Puzzle Bobble or Bust-a-Move. In 1996 David M. Dobson created an improved version of this game, called Snood. The game is extremely simple, but many players also find it to be frustratingly hard at times. Frozen Bubble requires hand-eye coordination and strategy. Frozen Bubble is considered to be a difficult game that requires a lot of skill. Another name for the game is Bubble Up.

    Source: Wikipedia

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