I play Slither.io on the Internet from time to time. I really want a
copy of that game to appear in the offline only arena, and a physical
copy of it. When I heard about Sssnakes on the Nintendo 3DS I thought we
are halfway there. I was really excited to hear Family Friendly Gaming
received a download code for Sssnakes. I did some research and found out
the bottom screen in Sssnakes is from the old Nokia phone. I would have
I wish Sssnakes let us go diagonally. We can move left, right, up, down, and fire. We lose some of our length when we fire. Sssnakes has two game play modes. There is a new game, and the score attack. Families can only play levels in score attack that they have reached in the regular game mode. Which can be hard since we have three lives and always start at level one. I wish Sssnakes let us start at any level after reaching it.
The controls in Sssnakes are tough to adapt to. I press a certain direction so many times, only to not turn in Sssnakes. This really frustrated me. I don't know why this happens either. The more I played Sssnakes the better I got, and the farther I got. The top screen graphics go in 3D if you turn that function on. I played Sssnakes on the Nintendo 2DS since I do not want to get migraines.
Sssnakes is not what I was hoping for. Still this Nintendo 3DS video game is fun in its own right. It could use a few improvements here and there. It is fun to collect food and stretch the length of the snake. There are also other snakes, and green lady bugs that will get in your way in Sssnakes. I do not know of any multiplayer function in Sssnakes. It would have been cool to play with my brother.
The biggest lesson in Sssnakes is to avoid gluttony. Which is a good lesson for Americans to learn. I wish there was a way to beat levels without eating all of the food in Sssnakes. It would have reinforced the avoidance of gluttony much better in my opinion. I hope to see sequels to Sssnakes in the future. This digital download helps expand the digital library on the Nintendo 3DS. Sssnakes might stick out more if there were physical copies of it.
- Kid Gamer
Family Friendly Factor: 79%
System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: EnjoyUp Games
Developer: Software Scribes
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
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