We've talked so much times about the old times when we spent hours playing Nokia's Snake on a monochrome screen with our heads put under the covers. It wasn't strange to get asleep and dream of snakes the same way that years before we saw falling Tetris pieces every time we shut our eyes on bed.
This isn't the first nor will be the last time that Snake is brought to a mobile platform. In fact, it has to be the umpteenth time that a Snake game is released for Android. On the other hand, Snake World has caught our eye because it's very promising.
We wouldn't like to create an expectation amongst users that weren't keen on Snake before. Snake World introduces new features such as speed and length items and comes with a bunch of free levels (3 whole worlds) to give it a try. Levels are themed into worlds (classic, ice land, prehistoric...), hence the name of the game. Nevertheless, graphics and sound are equivalent to an actualized version of Nokia's. They're in color, of course, but aren't outstanding. There's no music and sound effects are as poor as they were at the time. Snake's World is a classic updated, not a classic reinvented.
In short, if you have smiled or at least nodded at the first paragraph of this review, try Snake World. If you never had patience to see how long a snake's able to grow, there are faster and more spectacular casual games out there.
Tags: snake world 441 , snake world
by Peter , Appszoom
Nov 07, 2011