Percentile Rank

Sssnakes is ranked in the 6th percentile of games scored on OpenCritic.

Rating Summary

Based on 4 critic reviews
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating

48

Top Critic Average

Based on 4 critic reviews

Score Distribution

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Scored Reviews

GameSpew
7 / 10
7 / 10
Jun 20, 2016

The best feature of Sssnakes however is the price: this game can be purchased for just a penny short of two quid!

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Nintendo Life
5 / 10
5 / 10
May 5, 2016

Sssnakes is a very basic game, and this can be a good or bad thing. It works well for those who might have limited time to play whilst on a commute, but for those who are looking for something to immerse themselves in it's definitely not that kind of game. For the low price of entry it's worth having on your 3DS just to relive the nostalgia of the Nokia version, but we would not expect Sssnakes to be one you rave to your friends about. It does not have the originality of other classic action puzzle games, and unfortunately the graphics and music do little to reel you in.

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FNintendo
4 / 10
4 / 10
Jun 13, 2016

Sssnakes tries to bring back the experience of the game that was popularized sixteen years ago in Nokia mobile phones and while the intention is laudable, its execution and implementation end up falling very short of what's expected. Unresponsive controls and an exaggerated difficulty level, along with a sub-par presentation and a lack of content trump over a low price tag and the good ideas introduced in some of the levels.

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Cubed3
3 / 10
3 / 10
Apr 13, 2017

Adding fresh ideas to revitalize an old idea can yield some excellent results. However, it requires a certain degree of effort to be put in to nailing what made the original great. Only then can the solid foundation be built upon. Snake games as a concept have had decades to become extremely polished, yet Sssnakes seems to ignore the lessons of the past in favour of trying new things. The result is a game that feels completely half-baked, with new "features" that struggle to stand up while the ground crumbles beneath their feet.

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