Parents' Guide to

Snoopy Pop

By Paul Semel, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Cute physics-based puzzle game for Peanuts fans.

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Community Reviews

age 7+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 10+

Very Frustrating

Loved the game to start, addicting!! However several levels, the "game" won't spit out a needed color ball even with all available "helps" activated.
age 4+

Crashes Often

Nice games but it crashes VERY often. In the last 20 minutes the screen has just gone blank in the middle of play and you have to restart it FOUR times. That's approximately every 5 minutes. good game but not worth the issues it has.

This title has:

Easy to play/use

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Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say: (2 ):
Kids say: Not yet rated

Though it's fairly typical for this kind of game, this simple physics puzzle game is still engaging for fans of both the genre and the comic strip that inspired it. Like Bubble Witch Saga, Smurfs Bubble Story, and other similar games, Snoopy Pop has you tossing colored bubbles into the air in hopes they'll hit bubbles of the same color, causing all of them to pop, before you run out of tossing bubbles. The objective is to pop the bubbles that hold Woodstock's bird pals, who are clearly unable to pop these bubbles themselves due to their rounded beaks. But while this does largely play like those other games, such as how you can bank shots off the sides, it does have some unique mechanics. For instance, if you pop some bubbles with a kite icon inside, you can ask Charlie Brown to hand you a crumpled-up kite that, when thrown, will pop any and all bubbles in a kite-shaped area. Still, it's hard not to wish they'd done more of that kind of stuff. Or that they had made this feel more Peanuts-y (though, in their defense, we're not sure how they could; after all, the Smurfs one wasn't all that Smurfy). Even so, if you're a fan of this kind of puzzle game, or love Peanuts so much that you own all 25 volumes of The Complete Peanuts, you'll have fun with Snoopy Pop.

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