Mr. Shapiro Cares Not For Snakes

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28.4 KB
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4.00 / 5.00
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7 / 10
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Dave2
Date
21 years, 5 months ago (Sep 06, 2002)
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Who would have thought that when you take some pre-fabricated objects and monsters you could make such a fun game? Anybody could have made this game first, but Eurakarte does it with real style.

The object of the game is simple: Kill all the snakes. Wether you need to use energizers to plow through the snakes, or knock them to pieces with a boulder (my favorite method) you must kill all the snakes in order to save Mr. Shapiro's imprisoned friends.

The difficulty of this game was moderate. I hardly ever died, and when I did I looked forward to playing the level again, instead of cursing at my monitor like I would usually do.

Music was fairly nonexistant, and I think the doctor mario music would have been appropriate. But really, this hinders the gameplay in no way.

One big problem with this game: It was far too short. 4 levels? Even had it been a mini-game, I think MSCNFS should have had at least a few more.

All in all, it was a blast. And if you didn't get enough the first time around, (and who did?) play this fun, puzzle-esque game again and again, it will never bore you.

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4.00 / 5.00

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