A wise philosopher named Samuel L. Jackson once asked, "If a snake eats a pellet in the forest, and no one is there to control the snake, does it actually earn a point?" He then said something else we can't repeat here and there was a whole movie about it and yada yada, you know the rest. But as for the former quote, you might be tempted to consider the strange possibilities of puzzling variations on a snake game with Netgrind's Snakes On A Cartesian Plane.
You probably already know the rules of a snake game. [Arrow] keys move the snake, eat the food, avoid your own tail. But what if you're a sea snake, and you've got to dive underwater to catch your food? What if you're a mamushi and the food you eat becomes hazardous to you later? Between time limits, contorted controls, and crazy warping, you'll find 28 different variations on the same basic snake principle to tackle. Clearing certain milestones will unlock other snakes, so keep on playing until you discover why all those snakes are on that Cartesian plane.