Welcome to Snuggle Truck, the award winning over-the-top physics-based indie driving game. Save your cargo of crazy animals by delivering them to the zoo unscathed in the least amount of time. Tilt your truck, catch the fuzzies, drive over armadillos, and rocket your way through hills, caverns, and deserts.
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Very Positive (382 reviews) - 80% of the 382 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Feb 3, 2012

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Now with Linux support! Also, you'll love and tolerate the fluff out of this FREE update to Snuggle Truck. Owlchemy Labs has harnessed full creative efforts, and is chomping at the bit to present Brony Mode. Inspired by the whimsical cult following of a popular pony posse, Brony Mode transforms all of the snuggles into adorable plush ponies. Rev up your truck and hold onto your horses as you transport eight new marshmallow sweet and oh-so-cute ponies in the over-the-top physics based game. Tilt your truck, catch baby dragons, and rocket your way with all of the magic and glitter you can muster to get those ponies to “da zoo” in over 20,000 levels!

About This Game

Welcome to Snuggle Truck, the award winning over-the-top physics-based indie driving game. Save your cargo of crazy animals by delivering them to the zoo unscathed in the least amount of time. Tilt your truck, catch the fuzzies, drive over armadillos, and rocket your way through hills, caverns, and deserts. Perform backflips and navigate loops, harsh terrain, and unexpected obstacles all while attempting not to crush the poor animals.

Key Features:

  • Absurd Amount of Content Over 20,000 (yes, twenty thousand) challenging and varied levels included, many created by the online community!
  • Exciting 'One More Time' Gameplay Easy-to-learn physics gameplay that's hard to master. Collect medals for successful runs and gather rewards for different play styles.
  • Beautifully Rendered Cartoon Art Hand-painted by none other than famed LucasArts artist Bill Tiller, known for his work on Curse of Monkey Island.
  • Level Editor Built-in Level Editor allows you to showcase your creative side. Make crazy-fun levels and share them with others!
  • Online Level Portal The fabulous Level Portal gives every player access to unlimited new content thanks to community-created levels.
  • Leaderboards and Achievements A smattering of silly achievements and multiple leaderboards to compare your best times against friends.

System Requirements

Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: Windows XP SP2 or later
    • Processor: 1 GHz CPU
    • Memory: 512mb (1gb for Windows Vista or Windows 7)
    • Hard Disk Space: 100mb
    • Video Card: Video card with 64mb of memory
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0c-compliant sound card
    • OS: OS X version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later.
    • Processor: Intel Mac
    • Memory: 512mb
    • Hard Disk Space: 100mb
    • Video Card: Video card with 64mb of memory
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 or later
    • Processor: 1 GHz CPU
    • Memory: 512mb
    • Hard Disk Space: 100mb
    • Video Card: Video card with 64mb of memory
Helpful customer reviews
9 of 18 people (50%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
5.8 hrs on record
Posted: November 21, 2015
Snuggle Truck is a relatively fun casual deliver x stuffed animals in x time game. It has a nice amount of content, levels and an awesome editor meaning the community can make levels giving an unlimited amount of playable content. However, the game itself has too many minor errors making it not worth the hassle and here is why:


♦ Decent Graphics and Sounds (These are alright for what it is, they are not amazing but fit the game)
♦ Medal Concept is Great (Unlocking medals for completing x goal in a level is nice as it gives you something to do in the level and adds a nice amount of content to the level)
♦ Gameplay is fun and works with minimal glitches (Driving through the level and delivering x stuffed animals in x time just works. It is pretty fun if you are the type that likes to be number one on the leaderboards and must complete all level challenges. If you don’t like playing a game for leaderboards or completing challenges, then you probably won’t find this as fun as I did)
♦ Easy to 100% with Achievements (Has a nice number of easy Achievements which are mainly unlocked by just using features of the game and completing the game)
♦ Steam Trading Cards (This is always a bonus)
♦ Each level design is unique (This is nice as every level feels different and no two levels feel as though it is a repetitive copy of the last level)
♦ Decent level editor (Amazing level editor that allows anyone to create a level and upload for anyone to play. This is an awesome feature as it adds an potentially unlimited amount of levels and content to the game)
♦ Truck and Stuffed Animal skins are very detailed (Custom Skins are designed very well for what they are and add a nice little bonus to the game)
♦ Price is reasonable ($5 for a game is decent as if you look past all the cons you’ll get your $5 worth)


♦ No Steam Cloud Storage (I’ve had to restart this game 3 or 4 times for the sole fact of no Steam Cloud Storage and me always losing my save file. You could say I should’ve backed up the savefile, but there is no easy way to tell which games you own have SCS. Therefore, as the game progresses by completing one level to unlock the next, SCS would be relatively beneficial. Plus, If a game is on Steam and doesn’t make use of this free feature, then in my opinion it shouldn’t be on Steam)
♦ Method to activate custom skins is annoying (Firstly to be able to even use them you have to go and enable them in a “+more” menu. The “+more+ menu doesn’t lead on to what it is until you click it which is annoying as I had no idea what It was until I clicked it. Though, once you’ve enabled all the custom skins, you have to then get into a level and click the truck until your truck has the skin you want. This concept would be fine if it didn’t mean you had to waste a play through just to enable a skin. The skin should be able to be enabled and selected from within the “+more” menu)
♦ Lacks Steam Workshop (This is bad as the game makes you upload to their servers and for some reason created levels don’t always stay. I say this as I created a level a while ago and started playing Snuggle Truck again only to find my level deleted. Plus, custom levels not moderated properly as the only way is by a star rating which doesn’t explain much. With Steam Workshop levels would be moderated by the community via ratings and comments etc and would be more likely to stay in the game)
♦ Has DLC activated automatically (This is a weird concept as the game calls certain features DLC but you can’t actually buy any DLC for the game. This confuses me as to why it’s even called DLC)
♦ Custom level highscores don't load and you have to quit the game to continue playing (When you click the highscores in Custom levels made by users, it just shows a spinning loading circle and does nothing else. You can’t close out of the spinning loading circle, meaning you have to close the game and re-open it if you want to continue playing)
♦ No way to delete a Downloaded Custom Level (This is annoying as I stated not all levels are moderated. Therefore, if you download a bad level there is no way to easily delete it within the game. This is annoying as it fills your list of custom levels with a lot of potentially unwanted ones making it hard to find the ones that you actually enjoyed and work)
♦ Has impossible times in highscores rendering them broken (Highscores just work, however some scores are obviously impossible and hacked in some way. There needs to be some sort of moderation of highscores or a global reset to make number one even achievable)
♦ Pressing escape to go back to the main menu at times loses the mouse cursor making the menu unusable (This is annoying as not being able to use the mouse on a menu means you can’t actually select anything. This ultimately means you have to close the game and re-open it to continue playing)
♦ Alt+Tab brings up a pause menu that doesn’t act properly (When you press Alt+Tab and return to the game it brings up a pause menu, which is nice ingame but out of game on the menu it still comes up and trying to return to the game or close this menu doesn’t function properly)
♦ Makes use of Steam Global Leaderboards via Steam Stats but they don’t function (This is a nice feature to have, but for whatever reason there are no entries in these leaderboards and one of the level entries is “Test” which shouldn’t be the case)

Overall, even though gameplay seemingly works and is fun, the game is cheap and has a decent amount of content, I can’t recommend this game. I can’t recommend it because there are too many minor errors within features of the game that should have been eliminated in early beta stages. Plus, having no cloud storage is a big factor for me not to recommend a game like this.
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91 of 133 people (68%) found this review helpful
10 people found this review funny
1,337.1 hrs on record
Posted: November 25, 2013
Snuggle Truck is life.

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59 of 87 people (68%) found this review helpful
17 people found this review funny
1,344.3 hrs on record
Posted: January 21, 2014
Pretty fun, wish I had more time to really delve into it, though.
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22 of 27 people (81%) found this review helpful
4.6 hrs on record
Posted: August 19, 2014
Snuggle Truck attempts to do something very simple in what it offers, and for the most part it succeeds. The main problem comes with the frustration of acquiring all medals available.

The basic premise of the game is to go through groups of increasingly difficult levels and achieve specific goals in order to earn medals. There are easy, medium, hard, and extreme groups of levels. In easy and medium, it's actually fun to hone in your skills and fight for all the medals. In the hard levels, the fun begins to diminish into something comparable to an annoying task or a dreadful job. The extreme levels are so much worse than the hard levels, that the experience ceases completely from being a game and fully becomes a terrible chore, or a punishment.

If getting the basic medal for all levels is enough to please you, then you'll be able to easily beat the game in less than an hour. On the other hand, if you're a perfectionist, and getting all possible medals is your goal, I'm sure that there may be at least ten hours of entertainment here for you. There are also some bonus developer created levels, as well as thousands of user created levels for you to download from within the game, but actually wanting to experience this much content will depend on how patient you are and how much fun you are able to get out of Snuggle Truck.

Snuggle Truck is okay.
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57 of 89 people (64%) found this review helpful
60 people found this review funny
3,000.5 hrs on record
Posted: June 4, 2015
its okay
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