Hungry Eaters is a new Snake-like game for Windows 10 users
Hungry Eaters is a new little game developed by a German company named Kloppe Media. The German developer has come up with an entertaining arcade-ish game that has players reminiscing of the days when the only mobile game available was Snake. And no one complained, because aside from the fact that playing games on a device made for making phone calls was insane at that time, Snake was actually really fun and entertaining.
Everyone that has ever owned a Nokia device back then can confirm that Snake would make you spend hours trying to beat your own highscore.
Hungry Eaters has pretty much the same concept behind it, but with a few new details. For starters, the game is colored and 3D. Players are presented with an array of characters over the course of the game’s 20 levels, and the main goal of Hungry Eaters remains the same as Snake’s: Eat food and keep growing.
There will be all kinds of obstacles and dead ends waiting for your character, but you can use your ever-growing body to get rid of them. If you hit any of them with your head however, you lose. Sound familiar? The same win condition that made Snake popular can now be experienced in 3D.
Another great aspect about Hungry Eaters is the fact that it’s free. You can start playing immediately free of charge, and get to re-live some of the days of old when mobile phones weren’t packed with endless amounts of 3D games.
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