This game is rated PEGI 3
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Snake and Snakes.
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Posted: A year ago, last updated 2 weeks ago.
Each snake has two heads so can move in both directions. This means you can iterate your solutions as you edge closer to solving a level. You can also overlap a head with another snake’s body to mix their colours and gain fruits that would otherwise remain unconsumed.
It's a simple challenge and one that doesn't ramp up the pressure. There's no timer or scores. Things get more complex as you progress but that's part of the fun. It can be hard to search for because of its name, so here it is on iOS and Android.
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