Doodle Grub Christmas Edition puts a wintry spin on classic Snakes game

Doodle Grub Christmas Edition puts a wintry spin on classic Snakes game

Who doesn’t love to play the classic “snakes” style of game on the desktop, smartphone, or tablet?  From as far back as we can recall, we’ve been hooked on the simple premise gameplay, and we’re already fans of Doodle Grub for our Android devices.  We were pleased to learn that the developers, Pixowl, have released a Christmas version of the game, breathing a bit of fresh (and cold) air into the title.  Now, instead of a snake chasing down apples and avoiding the larger animals, you are a snowman hunting down candy canes and gingerbread men!  Be careful though, there are polar bears, angry trees and ornaments, and other enemies trying to get in your way.

Download Doodle Grub Christmas Edition for free in the Android Market today for your 1.6+ device, including tablets.  Also, be sure to take a break from the game to enter the drawing to win a limited edition plush toy!  Head to Pixowl’s blog for more details on how you can increase your chances to win.



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