Should you really be doing your work?

There are two ways to read that question, I suppose. If it’s one of those nights when discussions on J.S. Mill morph into discussions on Mark Twain; then into discussions on Blaise Pascal, Klein bottles and other non-orientable, two-dimensional differentiable manifolds; and other random Wikipedia surfing – this game may be for you.

That’s right – I know you’ve all been waiting for it – snake in non-Euclidean space. Mac, PC and Linux, tons of levels, totally addictive. I think the levels are a bit large, personally, but I’m not cool enough to be able to mess with the source code (help?). The best, in my humble opinion, is sphere with the wireframe turned off, no stars. Yippee procrastination.

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16 thoughts on “Should you really be doing your work?

  1. Anonymous

    friggin awesome.Though I’m pretty sure that for a fixed distance r, you can draw a line on a möbius strip that will pass through every disk of radius r, which means if you find the right angle and let the game run on the möbius strip level, you will just keep getting points and never hit your tail (I think).

  2. Anonymous

    friggin awesome.

    Though I’m pretty sure that for a fixed distance r, you can draw a line on a möbius strip that will pass through every disk of radius r, which means if you find the right angle and let the game run on the möbius strip level, you will just keep getting points and never hit your tail (I think).

  3. Isaac

    My god, this is the best game ever. Use metacage, hunt and in options choose dots instead of wire. Sweeeeeeeeet.

  4. Isaac

    My god, this is the best game ever. Use metacage, hunt and in options choose dots instead of wire. Sweeeeeeeeet.

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