The Snurps Free Download

Version: 1.2   (version history)
Date: October 06, 2004

Free To Try

OS: Palm OS
Rating: Not rated
Popularity: Popularity 0/10
Author: WAGWARE Systems, Inc.

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The Snurps Description

The Snurps Free Download.

Your goal is to maneuver the Snurp spacecraft through multiple levels to collect as many fuel cells as possible while avoiding Asteroids and Black Holes. Levels become progressively more complex as the game advances.

Clearing levels quickly will reward you with credits that may be used to purchase a new ship or use the credits towards your score. Can you clear all 100 levels and help your Snurp complete his mission?

* 100 Levels
* Select from 5 different themes
* Use buttons or screen to navigate spacecraft
* Configurable button mapping (Including support for Visor GameFace)
* High Score Table Save game by player (Multiple players can have their own game saved)
* FREE Trial

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