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Doodle Grub – Twisted Snake for Android
XDA member pixowl presents Doodle Grub – Twisted Snake for Android devices. The game is based on the classic Snake game but with a renewed fresh look. Tilt your device to direct the grub while eating apples as you move, get the food, and grow in length but avoid collisions with the enemies as they will take the parts they touch. You can share your high scores, discover secret achievements, and compete for the top places.
You can get it for free on the usual place and please let us know what you think about it.
Originally posted by pixowl
[GAME] Doodle Grub – Twisted Snake Game
I am co-founder at Pixowl Games studio ( Pixowl website) and I would like to introduce to XDA-Developers community our game Doodle Grub which is now available on Android:
Direct link on the market
Hope you will enjoy the game and have lot of fun with it!
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