This is a fruit merging game inspired in part by 2048 and other merging games. Form new fruits by merging 2 identical fruits together. Keep merging the fruits for as long as you can.
Merge enough fruits to form the watermelon. Earn points for every fruit you merge.
Use the “next up” fruit shown in the upper right corner to help you determine the best spot to lay the current fruit.
Use the game’s physics engine to move the fruits to one another with little effort on your part.
Don’t let the fruit tower reach the dashed line at the top of the screen.
Play Merge Fruit Game Online
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Alternatively kids and adults can play this merge the fruits video game for free as a web application here.
Merge Fruit Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Drop identical fruits onto one another to form new fruit. Keep dropping and merging fruits until you form a watermelon.
Starting the Game
Left click or tap anywhere on the welcome screen to begin.
Your web browser automatically saves your high score.
Your high score appears at the center of the welcome screen.
With your mouse, left click to drop the fruit.
Tap anywhere on the screen with your fingers to drop the fruit.
Controls and indicators (top row, left to right)
Number of watermelons formed
Drop the fruits into the bottom of the screen.
Merge fruits by dropping identical fruits on top of one another.
If the placement is ideal, multiple groups of fruits can merge at once.
Keep merging fruits until you achieve the watermelon. When a watermelon is formed it is removed from the playing field.
Merge fruits for as long as you can until you run out of space.
Use the game’s physics to your advantage.
Gravity will force the fruits to roll down toward one another.
Dropping the fruits at the right spot can trigger a chain reaction that lets you form new fruits with little effort on your part.
Dropping fruit on the side of another fruit can push the lower fruit horizontally across the screen.
When the fruits reach the dotted line on top of the screen, the game ends.
The dotted line only appears when your stack of fruits approaches its height.
When a fruit pops out of the dotted line, you can add no more fruits.
The fruits on screen all pop.
The game only pops if the fruit you add goes above the line.
If the fruit you add falls below the line and a separate fruit then moves above it as it is displaced your gameplay continues.
Each fruit you merge is worth the value of the fruit it is converted into.
As you merge into larger fruits the point values increase by 1 for each tier.
When you reach the dashed horizontal brown bar all of your remaining fruit on the screen pop and you score that many additional points.
Fruit must directly touch to merge. Sometimes smaller fruits can block the ability of larger fruits to touch each other.
Try to place smaller fruits toward the sides so they fall away from the center and have a lower odds of ruining your merges.
You get to see the current fruit you will drop & in the upper right corner you also see the “next up” fruit, so try to consider where the next fruit may best go before laying the current fruit.
If the fruit you are dropping does not have an easy merge you can in some cases drop it on the side or edge of another fruit to push the other fruit toward its match.
The game is suited for players who like spatial puzzle games or simple merging games.
The game has no adult themed content.
Fruit Scoring Table
We published this game on our site on March 23, 2023. A similar game was Developed by Aladin X and initially released as a Nintendo Switch game as Suika Game on December 9, 2021 in Japan. The game, which is also known as Watermelon Game, later released globally on October 20, 2023.
The Nintendo Switch game was inspired by a Chinese web browser game called Synthetic Big Watermelon, or 合成大西瓜. Game developer Meadow Science, or 米兜科技, published the browser game in January 2021. On Sina Weibo over 1.4 billion people searched for the game.
The Nintendo eShop game was hard to access for the global audience as it initially required a Japanese account. It did not have much success globally until it became a popular game to stream among VTubers in September of 2023. That spike in popularity caused Nintendo to allow access to the game globally. Within a couple months the game received millions of downloads from the Nintendo eShop.
Sukia Game Differences
Scoring system: The scoring system on our game is a linear increase in points for each fruit popped, based on fruit size. The scoring system on the Nintendo version of the game increments by one additional count on each tier up, going from 1, 3, 6, 10, 15, 21, 28, 36, 45, 55, and 66. The Nintendo version of the game shows a top scores section of current players in the lower left.
Fruit types: Our game features 12 fruits, whereas the Nintendo version has 11.
Up next: In our game you see the fruit you will drop, but do not get to see the next up fruit. The Nintendo version of the game also shows the next up fruit in the upper right corner.
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Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support
This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.
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