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Bansi, a boy who looks suspiciously similar to Sindibad, wants to perform in the streets as a snake charmer to earn lots of coins. But the snakes in the basket are tangled up and can't get out. The player must help him to free the green snake from the basket.

Snake Slider is a puzzle game similar to the Rush Hour sliding block games, except with snakes that can bend and curve around corners. In each puzzle, the goal is to move the green snake to the exit. There are 6 puzzle sets with 25 puzzles each, total of 150 puzzles. The game is based on the freeware title SnakeSlider.

The first puzzle set contains puzzles with only the green and yellow snakes. The second puzzle set introduces apples and mushrooms. Any snakes can eat an apple, but that will make them longer, leaving less room to move. When a snake eat a yellow mushroom it will shrink, giving you more space. The third puzzle set adds movable blocks. The snakes can push the blocks around with their head or tail. The last puzzle set contains keys and locks, eat all keys to open the locks. There is a built-in editor to create more puzzles.


Snake Slider iPhone Title screen and main menu
Snake Slider iPhone Hm, this puzzle select screen looks very similar to Cut The Rope..
Snake Slider iPhone The built-in editor, the available game area is a 8x8 grid
Snake Slider iPhone Unlike the orginal game, the green snake is allowed to exit with its tail first

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