Snake Pass

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Recommendation: Skip It
Median Score: 75/100
Total Reviews: 69

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Critic Reviews: 69

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Game Info

GAME INFO

Welcome to Snake Pass; a physical action-puzzle game that sees the player slither, curl and climb their way through increasingly challenging worlds filled with evermore intricate obstacles and fiendishly mind-bending objectives! Snake Pass is the wriggling brain-child of Seb Liese, who originally came to Sumo from Holland to work on the LittleBigPlanet team. His prototype of ‘real snake physics’ captured the entire studio’s imagination and we’re really proud of the results so far!

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Critic Reviews

HIGHLIGHTED CRITICS
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Reviews

High Score - 90/100
Low Score - 55/100

Critics Consensus

# Reviews: 69

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GameCentral (Metro GameCentral)

7/10

“A great concept with a perfect mix of retro modern gameplay and aesthetics, even if the idea never evolves to have real legs.”

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Oscar Dreyus (GameSpot)

7/10

“Snake Pass is a unique and beautiful platformer, but one that is marred by a steep difficulty curve.”

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Jose Otero (IGN)

7.2/10

“Slithering up simple structures in Snake Pass is one of the most mechanically satisfying video game ideas I’ve ever experience, and it effectively creates a sensation that feels the way maneuvering like a snake might. The camera and checkpoint systems aren’t great, but the concept still managed to hook me for the five hours it took wrap up the campaign. And in the end, I wanted to go back and replay stages to round up all the collectibles I missed.”

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