Software Scribes and EnjoyUp Games that Sssnakes will be released on Thursday 2nd June 2016 on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo 3DS™ for America.
Sssnakes is a new twist on the classic snake video game. It is an upgrade for modern times without giving up its essence.
Go through the jungle to the inside of the temple, avoid the traps, move through intricate mazes and face other snakes.
But above all, you will need to keep away from your biggest enemy... gluttony!
Easy to play, hard to master.
Many levels with different objectives and enemies.
The ability to shoot provides new opportunities and strategies to get out of tough situations.
Online scoreboard to compete for the top score.
Tricks and hidden secrets to get the top score or make the game easier.
SAN RAFAEL, Calif., and STOCKHOLM, Sweden, May 31st, 2016 - Leading and award-winning developer and publisher of digital entertainment Telltale Games, and world-renowned game developer Mojang, today announced the release date and special community guest stars for the sixth episode in Minecraft: Story Mode - A Telltale Games Series.
Several special guest stars from the Minecraft community join the cast in this new episode, all playing characters from their own YouTube videos. Players will get to interact with Joseph Garrett as Stampy Cat, Stacy Hinojosa as Stacy Plays, Dan Middleton as DanTDM (The Diamond Minecart), Lizzie Dwyer as LDShadowLady, and Jordan Maron as CaptainSparklez.
In Episode 6: 'A Portal to Mystery', continuing their journey through the portal hallway, Jesse and crew land themselves in another strange new world - one completely overrun by zombies. With a timely invitation to take refuge in a spooky mansion, they find themselves thrown into a thrilling mystery alongside famous members of the Minecraft community.
The following impressions come from Nintendo World Report:
Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games on Wii U is fun, even if the amount of events is rather limited. With about 17 events, it doesn't feel grand for a console entry and that is a shame. The bigger insult is the lack of the Dream Events, which I consider important for what these games are trying to achieve. The way they present the games though, is the best it has ever been. It is a major trade off, but I do get the feeling that this could turn into a decent local multiplayer venture for all ages.