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Match the Bugz is a Puzzle Game where you have to swap the different bugs and try to match 3 or more of the similar bugs in a row to make them disappear. You must eliminate the required number of bugs from the grid, before the time runs out in order to proceed to the next level. The more bugs you eliminate the more points you'll get. But watch out for the bombs, because of you match 3 bombs in a row then you'll lose points. Switch a block with any block that is directly above / under / right / left of it to put 3 of the same bugs in a row. Matching three bugs diagonally does not count. 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 our free Match The Bugz game online. Am I right? ;)
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There are many fascinating stories of bigs and the roles they play in our lives. All bugs are insects, but not all insects are bugs. If you're around many entomologists, using the word bug to describe an insect that is not actually a bug is like scraping your fingernails down a chalkboard, in other words highly annoying. So, why are people referring to insects as bugs? First of all it is a lot easier to say bug than insect. Second people realte better to stories about bugs than stories about insects. Insects are divided into about 25 smaller groups called orders. All insects belonging to an order share certain traits, which is why they are grouped together in the first place. A bug is an insect that belongs to the order Hemiptera. Members of the order Hemiptera are also called true bugs, hence the word bug. If you're being technical, only insects that are true bugs should be called bugs and everything else should just be called an insect. But how do you tell a true bug apart from other insects? All true bugs share two main traits: hemielytra and piercing-sucking mouthparts.