Slither.io - 
The objective of the game is to control and move a snake (or a worm to most players) around a colored area, eat pellets to gain mass, defeat and consume other players to grow the biggest and longest in the game. If the player's snake's head collides into a part of another snake, the player loses the game and must start over. The defeated avatar's body turns into bright, shining pellets for other players to consume. These pellets that remain from

Slither.io iOS App   Web App  

Rating: 4.3
Platform: Android, iOS, Web browser
Date Published: March 25, 2016
Author: Steve Howse

Application Description:
The objective of the game is to control and move a snake (or a worm to most players) around a colored area, eat pellets to gain mass, defeat and consume other players to grow the biggest and longest in the game. If the player's snake's head collides into a part of another snake, the player loses the game and must start over. The defeated avatar's body turns into bright, shining pellets for other players to consume. These pellets that remain from "death" of an avatar will correspond to the color of the avatar itself. Pellets also spawn from other snake avatars. By pressing the space bar or clicking the mouse, the player can activate "boost mode", which causes the avatar to speed up. To activate "boost mode", either click down on your mouse or trackpad or press your "space" key. When a player does use "boost mode", the snake loses mass causing the snake's size to shrink slightly. The mass that is lost from the boost appears as a line of dots where the boost was used. This feature is useful to outmaneuver and defeat opponents. The drawback is that the avatar will lose some length while being speed-boosted.

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