Snarf is a maze-like game. The objective is to finish all levels. A level contains points, keys, doors, teleporters, enemies, powerups and enemy generators. You can shoot the enemies to make free your path, but they will appear again from the generators. When you reach the right end of the level, the level is finished. Some factors comprehend gameplay, however: for instance, you cannot have more than 1 or 2 bullets in the game: you will be able to shoot only when you don't have the maximum number of bullets currently on the screen. The game has 50 levels, climbing in difficulty from very easy to very difficult. Snarf comes with a level editor to create your own levels: you can also create the graphics for the wall for that level. It also comes with a comprehensive manual.
Snarf is a fun action game where you try to find your way through a maze without getting overrun by the swarms of snarfs that run through it. The game is similar to Pac-Man, with a few new twists such as requiring you to collect keys to unlock exit doors. Your score on each level will be calculated based on treasures you collect and the number of "tags" (i.e. hit points) you have remaining. Although you'll usually face more than 10 snarfs on each level, the game is easier than Pac-Man in a sense that you don't die right away when the snarf touches you - only your tag value is reduced. Released as freeware by Everett Kaser, the game remains today the only action game from Everett Kaser, who currently runs one of the largest shareware puzzle game companies. It is also notable as one of the first games in history whose source codes were released with the game.
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