Since today is Easter, I figured I would write a blog post about the Easter Sneezies application, by Chillingo, Ltd., for the iPhone and iPod Touch, which is quite fun to play, and perhaps even addicting.
When you first download and launch the Easter Sneezies application, you should see a loading screen, displaying the game’s title and the Chillingo logo.
Once the game has loaded, you will be taken to the game’s main menu, where there are two buttons, “Classic”, and “Challenge”, both of which will begin a game in the respective mode. In addition, there are also “Settings” and “Scores” buttons. Also, there is a “More Games” button, which will bring you to the iTunes App Store, where you can view and purchase other applications by Chillingo, Ltd.
There is also an information button, which explains how to play the game, as well as a “Be a Fan” button, which opens a page, where you can sign up for the “Retro Dreamer” newsletter, as well as become a fan on FaceBook or try their latest application for free.
As I mentioned earlier, Easter Sneezies has two gameplay modes, “Classic” and “Challenge”. In both modes of gameplay, there are little Easter bunnies floating around in bubbles, and the goal of the game is to try to get a certain number of bunnies to sneeze, popping the bubbles that they are in.
In order to do this, all you have to do is tap on the screen, which will cause you to drop “sneezing powder”, which will cause any bunnies that the powder touches to sneeze. Once a bunny sneezes, any bunnies that are close enough to the sneezing bunny will also begin to sneeze, causing a chain reaction.
There are also bonuses that users can earn by doing things, such as causing 75 percent or more of the bunnies to sneeze, causing all of the bunnies to sneeze, eliminating all the bunnies of a certain color, as well as other bonuses.
Easter Sneezies has two different modes of gameplay, “Classic” and “Challenge” mode. In the classic mode, users have to get a certain number of bunnies to sneeze through a chain reaction, which increases as the levels progress. However, users only have one “turn” of sneezing powder to create the chain reaction. However, in the “Challenge” mode, users can have multiple “turns” of sneezing powder, but after every “turn”, more bunnies are added, so it’s not as difficult as it may sound.
Overall, I think Easter Sneezies is a fun game, with great graphics, and isn’t doesn’t require a lot of work to learn how to play. I would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a great puzzle style game or for anyone who likes a fun and easy game, but one which can be challenging at times, as well.
If you would like to try playing Easter Sneezies, you can download it for free from Apple’s iTunes App Store.