Snood is one of the most popular puzzle games of all time.
Snood is a fun puzzle game that tests your intellect rather than your reflexes.
The gameplay is identical to Snood you know from the 90's.
Your goal is to save all the trapped Snoods by launching other Snoods at them.
If you connect three or more identical Snoods, they will disappear.
If that leaves any Snoods not connected to the top of the playing field, they will fall to safety.
Don't take too long, though - every Snood you launch increases the danger level.
- The same great game you remember from the 90's!
- If you love Match 3 Bubble Shooter games, you will love Snood.
- Snood is simple to learn but difficult to master and therefore great for ages 2 - 102!
- Leader boards to watch your friends and competitors!
- Work your way through increasingly challenging puzzles in puzzle Mode
- Available to play on iPhone and iPads
Snood is completely free to play but some optional in-game items will require payment.
You can turn off the payment feature by disabling in-app purchases in your device’s settings.
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Ratings and Reviews
Why is this game so ugly. Not the graphics. Those are classic and take me back to playing the original. I mean the main menu. The interface. The awkwardly delayed sound effects. I get that it looks like an old game but it’s just an eyesore.
I’m not going to complain about the fact that the game has payment options. Freemium is just a reality with mobile games. What I don’t understand is how the game goes about it. Having to unlock easy mode? Having to unlock standard features? Sure 10 games is nothing, but it is when I’m not having fun. I’m got bored on game three. It just wasn’t worth it.
Knowing there’s a better, more fluid Snood on the App Store with classic graphics as an option makes this whole game look like a collection of poor decisions. It’s as though they tried to create that classic game aesthetic by reminding you how crummy old games used to be. The thing is the old Snood wasn’t crummy. It had charm. It was fun. This game is just intentionally gross design, obnoxious monetization, and a generally confusing mess. Why did you make it like this? Just, why?
I like it, but wanted to love it.
I used to play Snood obsessively on my Mac, and was really sad when it stopped working with a new OS update many years ago. They updated later, but couldn’t find my registration, so I gave it up.
So I was really excited to see my old snood back. (The new version never really worked for me.)
The good: It’s pretty much the same old snood.
The bad: Controls don’t feel as precise somehow. Maybe it’s the size, maybe it’s the lack of a mouse, or maybe it’s that I no longer have tens of thousands of game’s worth of practice, but I’m not making the shots I used to. Also, there is a bit of a hair trigger, with it accidentally firing from time to time.
The ugly: The pricing. I can pay $5, and I’ve still got an ad supported game. Wait, aren’t ad supported games usually free? Plus, you’ve not really purchased the game; you still have to get tokens to play. $5 just unlocks some game features. Pay another buck and you can disable ads. But still need tokens.
What if you just want to own the game, like I did when I bought it back in the late 90’s for $15? It’s asking for $40. For a port from the 90’s? Seems a little high to me.
It was a fun bit of nostalgia. But I quickly ran out of tokens, and it’s just not a $40 game. Worth a download, but the costs are too high.
A classic, but...
I love this game. My grandparents used to play version 2.2.1W for hours on end, and the SFX bring me back.
I understand that I'm a bit behind on the times, but the shoehorning of microtransactions into an arcade-style game from the nineties is an utter disappointment. And $40 for unlimited play? Are you mad? The full version of Snood costed less than fifteen dollars on the PC, a platform on which games actually tended to cost that much! The free version was way less restrictive on there, too.
The whole thing seems a bit unfinished, too. Puzzle is planned in a later update, which is fine. The aesthetic is all over the map, being a relic of times gone by being played on a modern screen with high-DPI. You got the classic blocky sprites next to stretched out textures and high-res Arial font. It feels like a flash game at some parts. The interface is not really optimized to be used on a mobile device. The "pow" sound when Snoods are eliminated is kinda off but I think this dates back to version 3. I would like more options, like the ability to disable the power-up Snoods.
Obviously this review is a combination of issues and nitpickery. With the price dropped and a couple of things corrected this would be a really solid game.
- Snood, LLC
- 120.4 MB
Requires iOS 8.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Snood, LLC.
- In-App Purchases
- Gold pack 2 $1.99
- Silver Registration $5.99
- Register $4.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.