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Snake (or Nibbles) is one of the oldest games in the history of video games. There are plenty of snake clones for calculators, too—but why go old-school? In Snakecaster, you'll still be able to play Snake the usual way, but as you play, the screen displays a raycasted scene of the game. In other words, you see the world as the snake would see it, if the snake sees everything in blocks of black and white. First place in TI-Concours 2012. Compiled with Axe Parser v0.5.3b.
- Deep Thought
- 8 years, 3 months ago
- 6.8/10 (4 votes)
The programming and design of this program is incredible and I found it very user-friendly- the keys made sense and such. However, I did notice that the advancement of levels seemed inconsistent or even random. This kind of bugged me and it might be a problem with my calc. If it isn't, however, an explanation of how the levels are advanced should probably be explained. Overall, however, it is really great.
This game is definitely impressive, and goes to show this programmer's amazing ability. At first, it is quite difficult to understand what is happening, but once you get the hang of it, it becomes one of the better games that I have played. It is helpful to use the mini-map in order to see where you are on the map; moving around in a three-dimensional world tend to be quite difficult. Overall, I would give this a 9.5/10 for the program itself, and a 6.8/10 for playability and functionality.
- Snakecaster: A 3D Nibbles Game (published 8 years, 3 months ago; 2012-07-31 18:59 UTC)