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Snakes On Crack. - Demo Version
Author: Frank M. Submitted: 17th November, 2009 Favourites:0
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Edited By Frank M. on 11/17/2009

Snakes On Crack. is a puzzle-shooter game that adapts variations of other games like scary maze game, portal, snakes, within a deep forest.

You basically control a circle called a 'Snake' with the mouse, the goal in each starting level is to get to the goal square at the end of the maze. During some levels you may encounter locked doors that require defeating a certain amount of enemies.

Enemies can be defeated depending on what color your snake trail is.

Red snake trail means that whenever an enemy collides with your trail they will implode.

Yellow snake trail means that whenever an enemy collides with your trail they will bounce in a certain direction i.e. a lava pit

Green snake trail means that whenever you leave a trail behind you can shoot bullets out of the snake's trail towards the direction you are heading.


I thought of the name Snakes On Crack because it really isn't a Snake game variation per se you can still create a snake trail leading behind that can be used to your advantage. Hence the title Snakes on Crack.

This demo contains the first six levels

The project link can be found here:
http://www.create-games.com/project.asp?view=main&id=1747



Have fun and enjoy !


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http://www.filefront.com/14940133/SnakesOnCrackDemo.zip (1.45 mkb )



Posted by Ken Larson 18th November, 2009

Meh, it's not that great, I'm sorry to say.

The game just has that "slapped together in ten minutes" look. (i.e white background, minimal graphics, extremely bland gameplay, etc.)

It just needs some spice. In fact, I could help you create it if you want.
 
Posted by UrbanMonk 19th November, 2009

I love how the title says "demo version"

It seemed pretty feature packed to me already!
 
Posted by Frank M. 20th November, 2009

I have tendencies to do things like that
 
Posted by Ken Larson 21st November, 2009

I'm not saying it's a bad game, and I know that you're probably going to improve it in the future (this is, after all, a demo) but as an opinion on the current game, there are several things that could be patched up.
 

 



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