How to Play Snake Game? Expert Guide to Playing the Snake IQ Game


The snake game, also known as the Snake IQ Game, is an addictive and easy to learn competitive game that can be played by 2-4 players.

Section: What is the snake game?

The snake game is one of those games that are so easy to play. There are no complicated rules to follow or any complex strategies to use. It’s a simple tile matching game where you try and match 4 coloured snakes in a line or zig zag pattern before your opponents can!

Section: How do you play the snake game?

To start playing this fun and exciting game all you need is a set of tiles with different colored snakes on them. Place these tiles facedown on the table in front of each player and shuffle them around until they look jumbled up (like an actual pile). Then when everyone has their own ‘pile’ ready it’s time for some serious competition! Each player turns over one tile from their pile at a time; if there are no matches with other players’ tiles then turn continues clockwise around the table until someone makes a match – OR – if someone puts down two matching pieces next to each other then they win immediately! If neither of these conditions occur after all four rounds have been completed then whoever has collected most pieces wins by default.’ The person who starts first will lay down their top card face up. Then going clockwise every player takes turns laying down cards until someone matches 4 in a row either horizontally vertically or diagonally (or just two pairs side by side). You may also make multiple matches at once — just make sure none overlap! At which point everyone else must pass out of order — so long as another player hasn’t laid down another pair which would require them again.’ Whoever lays last gets first pick when choosing which color die goes first.” In this way, winners will select dice at random from

Basic Snake Game Rules

In this section, we will discuss the basic rules of playing Snake Game.

The snake game is played on a 5×5 grid. Each player has his own board and moves his snake across the board according to these basic rules:

  • The game starts with one cell filled with food inside it and all other cells empty.
  • The snakes are made up of five lines (vertical and horizontal lines), each line having nine cells in total including its head and tail ends where they meet up with other snakes or walls of the maze respectively at either end of their movement path when they move outwards from their starting position towards their destination which can be any cell within range but not beyond it (this will be explained later).

Snake IQ Game Strategy Tips

  • Remember that you’re playing against the clock. So when you’re playing, it’s important to keep your snake alive as long as possible.
  • Don’t hit your tail or any of the walls, because this will cause you to lose a point. The longer you play without hitting anything, the more points you’ll get!
  • Don’t hit other snakes either! You only get one life per round, so if you die early on in a game then it’s game over for everyone involved.

Learn the rules and master strategies to defeat your opponents.

In the game of Snake, there are several rules to be considered. First, your snake must move forward at all times. It can only move forward and cannot stop moving or turn around. Furthermore, the snake will continue to follow the path that it is currently on until it encounters a wall or another snake in its way. This causes your onscreen opponent’s snake to move backwards for a moment before continuing along its original path again.

When playing against other players (as opposed to AI) you can choose between two types of snakes:

  • The Normal Snake: This type of snake moves faster than all other types and has no special abilities or powers; it simply moves forward as normal until it hits something and then turns around or stops moving altogether if necessary
  • The Fast Snake: This type of snake is much faster than any other type but does not have any special abilities or powers aside from being able to eat walls very quickly when compared with normal modes


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