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Move The Muzzy! has two modes of game play. Arcade mode is dedicated to novice puzzle players, who are looking for fun, just to clean the screen and not pay attention to the number of moves. They will achieve score for every single level, which are able to compare with competitors worldwide on the global leader board. Puzzle mode is a pleasure for passionate brain puzzle players, where just matching three or more same colored Muzzies until all are cleaned from the screen will not be enough to finish level successfully. In puzzle mode you will have to do it in asked number of moves. In both modes, levels are balanced from easy to hard as players’ progress through the game. As help, players have an opportunity to get hints for level solving. With over 420 levels there are weeks of brainstorming ahead.
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