Best game of 2016 in France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Spain and Switzerland!

What is the longest possible length a bird can be? Obviously a question only all the fruit in the world can answer! But where could all this fruit be hiding? Follow Redbird, Greenbird and Bluebird on a quest for an amount of fruit beyond any birds wildest dreams.

Snakebird is a very simple but deceptively challenging puzzle game about assuming the right shapes for the task at hand, be it pushing, lifting, teleporting or just defying the laws of physics.

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Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5

163 Ratings

163 Ratings

Editors' Notes

Snakebird’s cute graphics and playful name seem straight out of a kids’ book, but after one level, that impression exploded. It’s brutally hard getting through each brilliantly crafted stage without impaling yourself or falling to your doom, and like us, you’ll fail often. But when the solution clicks and you reach the exit, you feel like a god—the sort of payoff only great puzzlers can deliver.

Puzzle game that requires thought


This game is all cutesy and fun at the start, and I thought it would be like games with a similar concept; easy. The tutorial was just that, and so I started level one; finished in more or less two minutes. I tried level two and spent five minutes of being extremely cross and confused. Then I started to try different, less obvious routes. This game makes you think outside the box. It has been tested, and in my opinion, rather thoroughly, as there seems to be only one way to complete it. It is possible and I did start to doubt that on level six, but I did it, because used two things other puzzle games don't require; logic and my brain. This game makes you feel stupid at first, sure, but then it makes you feel like you've accomplished something massive. It gives you a sense of achievement, because it requires thought. This is what all puzzle games should be like

Like the concept of the game, controls are awful


The controls just do not work sometimes when you load up the game. I mean I struggled to even select the first level. Every time to touch the screen the camera flicks to the far side of the screen, and flip flops back and forth every time you touch the screen. This is incredibly infuriating when you also account for the fact that this happens whenever you swipe too. Never mind being able to see what you are doing without having an aneurysm, swiping never seems to do the same thing whenever you try to restart the level, sometimes it just will not move from where it starts and other times one swipe, which you do exactly the same as every other time, will make it move 3 tiles at once straight into the water. Incredibly infuriating and enraging to try to do anything from selecting the level to swiping once. I like the idea of the game and it does seem challenging, I just cannot play it in its current state.


Noumenon Games AB
124.7 MB
Requires iOS 5.1.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2015 Noumenon Games AB
In-App Purchases
  1. Rest of the island £3.99


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