Review – Loop and destroy! A new take on

Were you the type of player who would always try and loop “everything” on the map when playing 2 by Voodoo? We definitely were, and we constantly suffered the consequences of our greed when someone cut us off halfway around the map… Snake vs City (by Clown Games) is a game that sort of encourages players to stay greedy with a brand new gameplay system where you can’t actually die!?

Set in a low poly 3D city, your mission in this game is to circle stuff in order to grow bigger and badder, allowing you to circle increasingly larger chunks of the city at once, causing billions of dollars worth of damage in just a few short seconds.😱😂



Jumping onto the gameplay, features practically the same controls as every other (.io) game we’ve played on mobile. Played by touching and dragging on the screen of your device in order to control the direction in which your player moves, the controls in could feel fairly familiar for anyone who plays a lot of (.io) games.

One thing that probably will seem strange however is how both you and your opponents are essentially invincible!?

Featuring timed matches instead of the usual battle royal type of gameplay that is typically found in most (.io) games, your mission in this game is to end the game in something other than last-place in order to win. …ok…? 🤔

At the end of each round, the player with the lowest score is removed until eventually, you end up with a 1v1 showdown between the top two snakes. Thankfully the AI in this game aren’t too smart so it shouldn’t be too hard for you to make it to the final round.



With a nice 3D design, a bunch of different colored snakes for you to choose from, and a fairly standard number of ads, is a fairly standard (.io) game which may just be a touch easier to play thanks to its unique gameplay system.

The Conclusion

If you’ve found most of the (.io) games we’ve featured tricky and hard to figure out, is a game you’ll probably want to check out.

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