Consume all life as a serpentine demi-god in Ophidia!
A decree has been made: all worlds must be purged so life may begin anew. Play as the legendary Norse Ouroboros, sent down from the heavens to cleanse Yggdrasil - the world tree - of all beings.
Encircle your enemies to devour them and grow longer! Each foe behaves differently and offers new challenges. Take down bigger and bigger enemies as you grow longer and demonstrate your fearsome power by leaving none alive.
Travel through five beautiful worlds, each accompanied with a myriad of unique creatures, a breathtaking score, and challenging gameplay.
Without a fight, there is no true victory! Bosses of different worlds possess unique powers. Defeat each one to truly cleanse the world and progress to the next.
-The snake now starts with an additional segment in every level
-The Tutorial is now shorter and easier
Ratings and Reviews
wonderful but has room for improvement
My first impression of the game was that it was like a different version of the classical game "snake" where you basically are a snake and you devour prey by wrapping around them, it's a simple plot for a well designed and thought out game. I can easily say that the art style reminds me of the playstation exclusive Dust which was a game that had very beautiful art within it. the music seems very adventurous and indiana jones-esk or like an ancient temple kind of theme. My only problem with it is I wish the music had some parts that made it memorable and cool, as I had heard a song that looped every minute or so. Now the gameplay, The gameplay was good but It could use some work. Most of the time as I was trying to move the snake It would go the opposite way and bite itself, I also think the game would benefit with being a bit faster or have a choice of speed option. Overall this game is excellent but needs to fix these key points to be a 5 star.
Beautiful game in simplicity and design
Ophidia has solid, fluid mechanics and gameplay coupled with fantastic art and a brilliant soundtrack.
It had the potential to be even greater with more levels and possibly introducing new mechanics or power ups as you played, but it is already a masterpiece without extras.
A thing of beauty.
I played this game at the TouchTomorrow program, and it was amazing with the controller. With a screen, it's different but is still really fun. And I'm glad it could be free~
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