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Chuck the Muck Review

Chuck the Muck Review

May 17, 2013

How much muck could a muck chuck chuck if a muck chuck could chuck muck?

Chuck the Muck is a cool entry from KizStudios that merges nice graphics with easy-to-learn gameplay and a familiar scoring method.

Bob is the name of our protagonist in this one. A blob with attitude, Bob is described as a being with an appetite, and it seems to hunger for colored gems. It just so happens that these gems are not that easy to get to. Thus Bob’s job is to use the gooey stuff in his environment to solve the physics puzzlers that the the gem placements created.

The basic tool was a stretchy, springy “muck” that I could manipulate to a degree. Using it as a trampoline of sorts,chuck1 I could use my finger to direct Bob in a pre-determined trajectory. This helped me collect the gems for three start score. Missing a target or a landing could lead to Bob’s demise. The controls mostly involved dragging, pulling to release and tap and hold.

As the game progresses, the puzzles get harder. There are guards (who could catch Bob/me) and different traps and tools made an appearance. For instance, I ran into diamonds that were conveniently placed in precarious spots, such that even if I did get the gem, I could drop into an endless abyss. Using movable ooze cannons in tandem allowed for me to figure out the puzzle. The power-ups (like guard uniforms to “hide” from the guards) make sense in the context of the game, and denote creativity. The store was well stocked with purchasables to enhance the game.

The scoring and gameplay are quite similar to that used in Angry Birds, with leveled gameplay and cumulative gem collection. I think it help that these elements make the game familiar, while allowing the gameplay ensure that it is not just another Angry Birds clone cloaked as something else.

All in all, it is a pretty nice addition to anyone’s gaming portfolio, and I do believe it has the best intro tongue twister in the history of gaming.

Chuck the Muck Review Rundown

8.5
Graphics/Sound - Nice 3D look with realistic-looking animations.
7.5
Controls - Easy and intuitive.
8
Gameplay - Interesting and varied.
8
Replay Value - Fairly addictive.
8
Overall - Cool game that has a familiar format, fun gameplay and intereting puzzles.

App available on the Google Play Store »

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