Frequently Asked Questions
Snadder is a daily puzzle. It is not a regular Snake and Ladder, the player should reach the top(100) with limited dices and moves.
Snadder looks like Snakes and Ladders, but it adds more of a skill-based approach to the traditional Snakes and Ladders. Here, the players should plan their each move before choosing from a given set of limited dices.
Snadder is played by an individual. You should move the puck by selecting certain dice, the dices are limited. Ladders will take you up and snakes will take you down. The goal is to solve the puzzle within the given number of moves.
Snadder has a calendar feature. Click on the Calendar icon, from Snadder, and go back in time to play the puzzle of that day.
To get 5 stars in Snadder, you should solve the puzzle in the first time. To do so, many players predict the ladders to go up and snakes to slide down and also notice the available dices.
Yes, Snadder is a daily game. A new Snadder puzzle unfolds every day.
Unlike Snakes and Ladders, Snadder is not a luck based game. It is a skill based game. It can be thought of as a daily brain teaser that would activate all the brain cells.
It is nothing like the classic version, we removed the randomness out of it and added a mathematical and strategical puzzle. It gives you a limited number of dice and you need to solve with the least number of dice.
- Snakes are not always your enemy.
- Plan your moves.
- Use Dices well.
- Ladders are not always your friend.
- Play Daily.
Most people miss out on the fact that there is limited numbers of dices and limited number of moves. Plan your moves and usage of dice.
Each day a new puzzle unfolds. To play Snadder like a pro, plan your moves and and usage of dices well.