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Sneak In is a new casual Zuma-like marble shooter out now

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Binogure Studio, developer of City Game Studio have released their casual Zuma-like marble shooter and it seems like another lovely little coffee-break game.

With a wonderfully simple idea, you just need to shoot marbles from your little cannon towards matching colours to make combinations that set off chain-reactions, so it works very much like a match-3 puzzler, with everything gradually moving along the snake-like path and you need to remove them all before the snake at the end gobbles them all up.

Very much like some casual mobile games, and that's not a bad thing. There's plenty of games in my own collection that I repeatedly go back to like this, simply because they're easy for a quick blast. With full Linux support, Sneak In is a wonderful little distraction.

Feature Highlight:

  • 7 magic marbles: The frozen, the bumpies, the ghosts, the rocks, the bubbles, the viruses and the blackholes
  • 1 new endless mode every week
  • Over 200 unique challenging levels
  • Easy to learn, hard to master
  • Play on multiple devices cloud-saved

The developer mentioned that the game was made with open source tooling like Godot Engine, Inkscape and Blender and they're actually quite a big Linux fan being a Debian user themselves.

You can pick it up from itch.io and Steam.

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