SNIKS: Walkthrough Guide and Solutions

SNIKS By: Shelly Alon SNIKS is the latest puzzle game by Shelly Alon, and it has you pulling colorful two-headed snakes around a board to eat fruit. To solve a level, each fruit has to be eaten by a snake of the same color. You can also overlap snakes to mix two different colors together. It's a pretty relaxing game, but some levels can be tricky, so this walkthrough guide should help…

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My Week Unwrapped: August 14, 2019 – SNIKS, Unhatched, Rogue Legacy, They Breathe, Witcheye and More

Hi everyone, and welcome back to My Week Unwrapped, where I discuss all the games I've been playing over the last seven days. It's been a pretty crazy week, and I've managed to play a lot of games, despite spending Saturday at Playcrafting's game conference, Play NYC. I somehow knocked out some full reviews and made plenty of gameplay videos. August is turning out to be quite the month for both quality…

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‘SNIKS’ Review: Hungry Hungry Snakes

SNIKS By: Shelly Alon There are few things that get me excited like a new puzzle game that's relaxing but challenging, features a great art style, and plays easily with one hand. Shelly Alon's latest game, SNIKS, does all this and more. In it, you need to push little two-headed creatures that resemble gummy worms around a grid so they can all eat their favorite fruits. I wrote a bit about it…

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My Week Unwrapped: August 7, 2019 – Sky, Journey, Kubrix, Battle Chasers, Leisure Suit Larry, Hamsterdam, and More

Hi everyone, and welcome back to My Week Unwrapped, where I discuss all the games I've been playing over the last seven days. The astute observer may have noticed that I skipped a week, mostly because I got so deeply sucked into Sky that I didn't play too many other games last week. But I've rectified that and have about fifteen games to cover from the last two weeks. There are some…

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’SNIKS’ Will Have You Mixing Cute and Colorful Creatures August 14th (Preview Inside)

SNIKS By: Shelly Alon There are few genres that are as perfect for touchscreens as relaxed puzzle games. My iPhone has given me a renewed appreciation for puzzles, and I always get excited when one is announced that offers both clever mechanics and an art style that's easy on the eyes. The latest one to grab my attention is Shelly Alon's SNIKS. I played a very early demo version of it a…

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