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Snood (Windows, Mac OS Classic, Mac OS X)

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Title Screen


Developer: David M. Dobson
Publisher: Snood World
Platforms: Windows, Mac OS Classic (up to v3.52), Mac OS X (v3 onward)
Released internationally: 1996

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.
TextIcon.png This game has unused text.
Carts.png This game has revisional differences.
PiracyIcon.png This game has anti-piracy features.

Snood was originally a 1990s Macintosh game, but the game itself has played a lot like Puzzle Bobble since day one. The main difference is the colorful yet differently shaped faces that make it hard to aim correctly.


Version 3.52
La de da....
Unused Text

Unused Graphics

A leftover from v3.52. This was originally used for the boss key menu option, but that was removed from version 4 onward.

Snood unusedthing.png

Unused Music

A short, ragtime MIDI file found in the game's executable.

Revisional Differences

v3.52 v4
Snood version3 score.png Snood version4 score.png
  • In v3.52, the "Score" graphic was changed to regular text. The numbers color were also changed to green and enlarged a bit in v4.

Buy some Snood, Get some Snood-ware!

  • Ads are absent in v4.
  • In v3, when you start up the game, a registration window would pop up and a voice would say, "Please?". This was changed in v4 to an in-game registration without the voice and window dialog. There is also an option for the sound to play at the beginning.
Snood version3registration.png