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Worm 3D, snake revisited
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Worm 3D, snake revisited


Worm 3D, snake revisited

There are a number of very classic gaming concepts that warrant repeating over and over again. First person shooters, word puzzles, card games, and the simple, yet incredibly addictive “snake” genre. You slide around, collecting items, and remaining careful not to bump into your ever-growing self. Incredibly simple, incredibly addictive. It might not seem like anything fun, but then you click “play” and you realize you just missed your next 5 birthdays cuz you’re too busy playing. Worm 3D makes it even better, by adding a third dimension to the mix. Don’t believe me? Check it out


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