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This is an addictive online matching game where you have to swap the different bugs and try to align 3 or more of the matching bugs in a row to make them disappear. You must eliminate the required number of bugs from the grid, before the time runs out, to proceed to the next level. The more number of bugs you eliminate the more points you'll get. But watch out for the bombs and if you align 3 bombs in a row then you'll lose points. Have Fun!
Do you like matching bugs and also to play a free online game? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play the free Match the Bugz game online. Am I right? ;)
Use your mouse to play this game. Switch a block with any block that is directly above/under/right/left of it to put 3 of the same pictures in a row. Matching 3 blocks diagonally does not count.
Bugz was born Karnail Pitts, January 5, 1978, and died May 21, 1999. He was an American underground rapper from Detroit, Michigan and a member of the group D12 from 1996 to 1999. He was also a solo hip hop artist. Bugz was also known by his alter-ego "Robert Beck." He released his first EP in 1999 called These Streets EP. Bugz also appeared on DJ Carl's 1999 album The Art of Invisibilty in which he rapped on the "Detroit Detroit" interlude. Most of Bugz's solo work was in 1999, but several recordings from 1999 of him performing with other raps such as 5150 and M.O.B. were released on various album. Bugz's first solo albums called Mr. Obnoxious was released in February, 2000, after his death, with appearences from Eminem, 5150, Proof, Swift, and Bizarre. In 2004, DJ Butter hosted a posthumous mixtape called DJ Butter Presents: Bugz, One Man Mob. Born Karnail Pitts on January 5, 1978 in Detroit, Michigan, Bugz grew up without a father, his father having abandonned him and the rest of the family while Bugz was young. Bugz rapped about this with Bizarre in the song