Options and Features
22 trophies are available for winning. You know which ones you haven't won when a trophy appears black and looks like a traditional trophy. Most are self-explanatory except "Playing an entire game without a bad move." Does this mean every time you move, you pop a Chuzzle? If you move and don't make a match or bonk a Fat Chuzzle, is this a bad move?
Options let you turn on / off sound, change languages (English, German, Spanish, Italian or French), Backlight always on or not, and Chuzzle movement and Chuzzle popping can be automatic or manual. The latter features are clever and tough to decide which works better. Automatically moving Chuzzles scroll one full rotation unless you tell them to stop. It means less work in moving them around. Automatic popping means the Chuzzles will pop as soon as they match even without your pressing the button. The good thing about this is that if you can't see a match, it helps. The bad is that the match could pop before you get to the Chuzzle you want to pop.
Go ahead and change the language to one that you don't know. It's not like Chuzzles has a lot of text. Once you get to know the game, you should figure out what the words mean. Pick French and you'll never want to quit because the French word for quit is "quitter."
While I miss the Zen features and the little Chuzzle personality quirks, the BlackBerry version takes advantage of the BlackBerry's pad for easy movement that you can play with one hand. My five-year-old even figures out how to play with it, so what more can I parent ask for when the little one needs entertaining?