Have you ever felt that urge to just… hit that darn quest snake in the face? Well, now you can at Whack a Snake!
The objective of Whack a Snake is to hit that intolerable little hiss—and the mandrill, too, for all those crappy sale prices. All you have to do is whack them with your paw as many times as you want or can. To hit them, you have to click or tap on them. Be careful, though! If you miss too many times and you lose all your lives, it's game over, man. Since you're a feline, you have nine total lives at your disposal, which equals to eight times you're able to miss before you have to end your session.
Be wary of falling and flying items, such as birds, branches, butterflies, and leaves. These will block your hits! When you're finished letting out your aggression on the two biggest jerks on Lioden, you can submit your score and receive a prize if you've scored enough points!
There are scores at the bottom of the game's page. They are listed as "All Time Scores" and "Highest Daily Scores". These scores update every hour, so be sure to keep checking and see if you made the board!
Using a drawing tablet, mobile device, or mouse while playing Whack a Snake will give you the best odds of hitting the snake and mandrill.
In case your eyes are getting tired mid-play, your hand starts to cramp up, or you just need a break from all the hissing and swatting, you can pause the game by tapping the spacebar on your keyboard. If you don't want to hear the sounds of the game, or you'd like to play your own music in the background, you can mute the game's sounds by tapping on the music symbol located at the bottom right corner of the game's screen. Simple as that!
Prizes for Whack a Snake are awarded randomly. You will only get one prize from the tier that your score falls within when you send it. Remember, you can only send a score once per rollover!
You win nothing. :(
There are two achievements that can be earned from Whack a Snake.
The method to earning these achievements is to practice, practice, and practice some more. Playing on a drawing tablet might make the game much easier, and even zoning out to some zen music while you're playing could help!