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Sugar, Sugar (Browser)

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Sugar, Sugar is a puzzle game where, on each level, the player has to get the grains from a falling stream of sugar into cups in order to fill them. The falling sugar obeys the usual laws of gravity; the player's role is drawing lines to create slopes, over which the sugar will slide down into the cups. Already drawn lines cannot be erased. Each cup must have 100 grains fall into it before it is considered full.

The levels are wraparound; sugar which falls off the bottom (or top, in reverse gravity) of the screen reappears from a corresponsing hole at the other side. Some levels mix things up by introducing colored cups; in order for the falling sugar to fill it, it must first be redirected through colored filters (some levels also have striped cups, which must be filled half with one color and half with another). On some levels, there is a button which can be clicked at any time to reverse gravity.

A "freeplay mode" can be unlocked if all the levels are completed.


Sugar, Sugar Browser Draw lines to redirect the sugar.
Sugar, Sugar Browser These striped cups are a logistical problem.
Sugar, Sugar Browser Haha?
Sugar, Sugar Browser I was bored...

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The A.V. Club Mar 14, 2011 B 75


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JudgeDeadd (12424) added Sugar, Sugar (Browser) on Aug 20, 2011