Caterpillar Puzzles
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Description

This is a puzzle game where you are a caterpillar, inspired by the game Snakebird.
In each level, you have to eat all of the fruit before making it to the goal. Each
fruit makes you bigger, and because caterpillars cannot in fact phase through
themselves, you have to be careful not to get stuck! Also, caterpillars are not
immune to the force of gravity, so you will fall down if you aren't standing on
something. Oh, and spikes. Did I mention the spikes? Yeah, those will kill you too if
you're not careful. Although the earlier levels are somewhat easy, they get a LOT
more difficult later on, providing you with plenty of playtime. There are 25 levels
in total, and a level creator. If you create a cool level, send it to us and we could
include it in the next game!

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Rating
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Reviews

This is a pretty novel puzzle game that not only revolves on how you move, but when

This game's mechanics can be a bit tricky to understand at first- it took me a good few minutes to realize that changing directions in midair to wrap around spikes was the strategy.

And that's really my only issue- the game's spike collision physics are a bit cryptic in how they work, as approaching them one way seems to be fine one level but then kills you the next.

Still, the gravity ultimately adds a ton of depth, and as a result the best way I can describe this is like if Snake was a puzzle platformer. Definitely worth trying out yourself.

9.6/10 - I may be bad at puzzle games

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  1. Caterpillar Puzzles (published 2 years ago; 2021-01-25 19:51 UTC)

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