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Game review
Sushi Snake
Snake charmers
by Nadia Oxford 6/1/2014
Product: Sushi Snake
Developer: Brave New Hello World
Publisher: Brave New Hello World
Format: iPhone, iPad
Genre: Puzzle
Players: 1
Version: US
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In ancient alchemic texts, the symbol of the Ouroboros - or "tail-eating snake" - represents the cycle of death and renewal.

If, however, a serpent chomps on its own backend in Benjamin Davis's Sushi Snake, it means you've taken a wrong turn somewhere and you need to rethink your strategy.

Sushi Snake is a clever, minimalist puzzle game that puts you in charge of a hungry snake with an appetite for dots, boxes, and other snakes.

Snake bites

Cannibalism is A-OK in Sushi Snake. In fact, you can't get ahead unless you chow down on your fellow reptiles. Every level of the game has dots scattered around it, and your goal is to help Snakey eat them. ...
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Sushi Snake is a very basic puzzle game, which makes it all the more unique and challenging
Audio/visual: 5
Gameplay: 8
Value: 8
Innovation: 9
Overall: 8
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