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Snake Pass slithers on to Xbox One and Windows 10 with Play Anywhere

Snake Pass
Snake Pass (Image credit: Sumo Digital)

Snake Pass is now up for grabs (opens in new tab) on both Xbox One and Windows 10, letting scores live out their dream of slithering through puzzles galore. Even better, the game is the latest Xbox Play Anywhere title, meaning that you can buy it once and play across both platforms.

If you haven't had a chance to check out Snake Pass yet, it's a pretty unique physics-based puzzler in which you control a slithery snake across 15 levels. There are no enemies, so your mind can focus completely on the puzzles at hand, which looks like a pretty relaxing experience. If you want to ratchet up the stress just a tad, however, you can unlock a Time Trial mode that adds a little more challenge. Of course, the game is more than puzzles; there's a world at stake here, too.

When the tranquillity of Haven Tor is interrupted by a mysterious interloper only the unlikeliest of heroes can save the day! Meet Noodle the Snake and his hyperactive best friend, Doodle the Hummingbird, who together must re-unite the missing Keystones with the magical gates that give Haven Tor its mythical power.

If you're up for giving Snake Pass a try, you can pick up the game for $20 for both Xbox One and Windows 10 at the Windows Store now. Worth noting, too, is that you'll need a controller to play it on the PC.

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6 Comments
  • Nice and cute
  • side note:  not nice and maybe cute - remember an old saying:  red on black, friend of Jack; red on yellow, beware that fellow.  King versus a Coral snake.    
  • Play (Almost) Anywhere.
  • Didn't realise this was play anywhere. I was thinking of getting it on Nintendo Switch, but this could change things
  • I'm pretty sure the Switch kinda does the play anywhere thing better.
  • I hope to see game like this adding mobile support with PlayAnywhere