nsnake is a clone of the classic snake game that we all used to
play on our cellphones. You play this game on the terminal,
with textual interface.
Here's some features:
See this guide on how to create your own nSnake levels.
nSnake comes with several levels by default. They're located at the
levels directory and you can download them individually here.
The following commands should compile and install the game on the default directories:
$ make $ sudo make install
By default, make install places the package on the following directories:
/usr/games/ Executable file ~/.local/share/nsnake/ Settings and Score files
For more advanced instructions (including how to install the game on a custom
directory) see the
INSTALL file on the source root directory.
The rules are the same of any snake game:
You control a hungry snake and the objective is to eat as many fruits you can. Each fruit eaten increases it's size by two units. The game ends when the snake collides with the walls or itself. Currently, nSnake has two modes: With borders and without borders. The challenge is to earn the biggest score possible by eating as many fruits as you can.
The keybindings are completely customizable on the in-game menus. The default ones are:
Arrow Keys Moves the snake q Quits the game at any time p Pauses/Unpauses the game h Show help during game
-h, --help Displays the quick help text. -v, --version Displays the version.