Sugar, Sugar 3

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Bart Bonte returns with another sweet installment of his popular, swanky physics puzzle series that's all about directing the flow of sugar to where you need it to go. With teleporters, gravity switches, colour gates and more, it's a lot trickier than it sounds, but still somehow perfect for relaxing with, give or take an exploding cup or two.

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BlueBird June 9, 2015 4:07 PM

Yay! I can't believe it! A new SugarSugar game at last! I'd lost hope that there would ever be another one made. I've replayed the other 2 plus the Christmas version so many times. They are among my favourite browser games of all time!

Did I mention Yay?!



Every time I see this game I think of the 1969 hit "Sugar Sugar" by the Archie's!


Got bored after a few levels. It could really use a speed-up function. Does it introduce any significant new elements to warrant a 3rd version of the game?

jcfclark June 9, 2015 6:04 PM

Always well done. Wish there were an 'undo last line' button. Wish I could draw a straight line. My lost-in-time Zen for the day stopped at level 22 -- absolutely flummoxed, but I'll be back. Music truly helps soothe my 'lumpy-line', 'cannot undo last line', 'what now? I'm stuck!' frustrations with this mesmerizing game.

jcfclark June 9, 2015 6:11 PM

Just discovered that one can draw lines on the 'select level' screen as well.

Jamz159 June 10, 2015 4:18 AM

Quite surprised that this is the THIRD game in the series but no Speed-Up function in place.
Would really help especially in those situations where you've accidentally made a relatively gentle slope which takes the sugar ages to roll down.

Otherwise, nice game!


I thought it was a pretty cool addition to the series. A nice change is that this time round I'm playing with a mouse and not a trackpad :p I got to level 28 before stopping, but some of the previous ones were fairly challenging as well.

The single grain levels were quite interesting as well, and I think the most significant thing I notice is that you can do a lot of things with a lot of sugar that you can't with single, individual grains, such as slide down slopes easily. Just an observation.


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