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Making their first entry into the Android Market, the developers at Enfeel Inc. may have struck gold with Birzzle, a fast-paced puzzle game that offers familiar "match three," Bejeweled-style gameplay with a refreshing twist.

While the game ostensibly relies on the tried-and-true premise of matching objects in a grid formation, Birzzle offers something a bit new - the player can drag and drop birds to create groups, but can only grab hold of those birds who are not blocked by others. This speeds up the gameplay considerably, and, along with a multitude of special blocks, keeps the game interesting and fun.

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Additionally, Birzzle has fun social integration, allowing for weekly high score rankings a la Facebook, and the ability to tweet your scores as well.

If you're looking for a fun new pick-up game for your Android phone or tablet, Birzzle is definitely worth a shot. Plus, it's available for free in the Android Market.

Liam Spradlin
Liam loves Android, design, user experience, and travel. He doesn't love ill-proportioned letter forms, advertisements made entirely of stock photography, and writing biographical snippets.

  • Inc2017

    Over 30MB ?!
    I'll pass.

  • trevmar

    I downloaded it. When I started it up, a Korean pop-up window redirected me to a Korean version (Birrzzlew) on the market. No idea what the pop-up said.
    I have a Nook with Cyanogenmod..
    Pretty useless app for me at this point...

    • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

      Hmm, they have a Korean version, but this is supposed to be the new translated English one.

    • http://tgbmusic.com Ryan Duncan

      Just don't click on the "Okay" button when that Korean message pops up. I think I clicked on the Back button and the message went away and I was able to play just fine. Fun game.

  • http://null.com jon

    Force close immediate. Xoom

  • http://www.daveyhimself.com daveyhimself

    Works fine on HTC thunderbolt.

  • John R.

    Devs, you need to keep your app under 4 MB, preferably under 1 MB. Will never try an insane 30+ MB behemoth like this. Get real.

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