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Wild Snake

Wild Snake (XSX) game cover art
Platform: SNES
Tags: Puzzle
Developer: Manley & Associates
More Platforms: Game Boy
AKA: Super Snakey (JP)

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Wild Snake review

Reviewed February 18, 2003

alecto says: "Hereís something for anyone who was grossed out by that pit of writhing snakes in the Indiana Jones movie. Wild Snake is a game that vaguely follows the falling-block puzzle-game format, but a more accurate label would be slithering-reptile format. You see, these snakes are incredibly realistic. They donít just drop from the top of the screen like boring blocks. Their twisty bodies wriggle down head-first, struggling against you and the controller all the way. The idea is to wrangle the snake o..."
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