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Snakes - N - Ladders : Origins - Episode 1
Genre: Action, Shooter
Platforms: PC
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
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"Every ancient game has a legend behind its origins"

Millions of years ago there waged a devastating war between humans and reptilians for control over the galaxy. Knowledge of this war has been passed down the ages and now exists in the form of a board game which is played to this date.

Recreated from a single player First-Person-Shooter perspective, this is the classic Snakes & Ladders board game like you have never played it before! Developed using Epic's powerful Unreal® Engine, Episode 1 is a small game comprising of 6 levels in one giant earth-like swamp forest valley on an unknown planet. It delves into first contact between the two races and how the whole legend began. It is the stepping stone into the vast Snakes-N-Ladders: Origins saga to come.

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Mar 15 @ 8:20pm
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Ceezy Jul 11 @ 8:44am 
not bad :D
Randinator Apr 17 @ 8:37am 
Why does everything need to be an FPS?
p_t_c_ Apr 10 @ 7:43pm 
Climb of Ladders
Snake Ops 3
Bigfoot Gangbang Mar 17 @ 3:18am 
I see literally 0 ladders
donuthalos Mar 14 @ 2:16am 
HarnyDaBastard Mar 13 @ 12:35am 
Could Use Some Parquor/Teleportation/Grappling-Hook Fusion/mix or something for the game, and maybe throw in a few puzzles here and there that encourage that and Flying snakes (which Btw are a thing in real life surpisingly .-.), for the Ladders part anyway :/. And I'm assuming you're implementing a story of some sort yes? Also Maybe dumb it down with the guns Part, Leave it with say, a Charging stunning pulse rifle with Infinite Ammo and a Burnout time, (Like reloading time I mean), have it more focused on Monuvering around enemies to get to the end, rather than just taking each and everyone of them out, like literally every fps ever. Hence, snakes and Ladders, :/.
Ankagunner Mar 12 @ 8:22pm 
want this one
catmelonhat Mar 12 @ 8:21pm 
gimme one this
Enix Mar 12 @ 7:40pm 
How can one be so inventive in trying to cross a childrens board game with a standard FPS game? Sorry, I don't see the connection here. You obviously got the formula wrong. Try again and harder.
Monky Games Mar 11 @ 4:06pm 
You have taken a great children's game and ruined it with violence and stupidity. Down voting.