What Did Snakey Eat?

What Did Snakey Eat?


★ Winner of 2012 Parents' Choice Award

Silly, fun and educational, this app fosters a preschooler's ability to observe and compare objects. "What Did Snakey Eat?" has over 70 objects to match and 40 sounds to discover, providing instant fun that will entertain kids for hours.

In this delightfully silly game your preschooler will develop his/her thinking skills by matching 
the shape in Snakey’s belly to one of the three suggested objects. Did Snakey swallow an umbrella? A rhinoceros? Or even a school bus? The giggles never stop when preschoolers see the crazy things that Snakey has eaten. Choose the correct object 
and Snakey will spit it back out with silly or yucky (you choose) sound effects, then swallow something even funnier!

Watch and listen as your young one giggles, snorts and laughs along with this fun and silly matching game.

Brought to you by the makers of Ranger Rick. Your purchase of this app supports the National Wildlife Federation’s mission to inspire Americans to protect wildlife for our children’s future.

In "What Did Snakey Eat?", preschoolers will:

• Identify more than 70 objects that Snakey eats
• Discover over 40 new silly sounds
• Match images to shapes
• Help Snakey feel better
• Choose from Silly or Yucky Sounds

Recent changes:
Fixes screen size problem on high definition Android devices
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3.6
User ratings
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Installs
1,000+
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File size
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About What Did Snakey Eat?
★ Winner of 2012 Parents' Choice Award

Silly, fun and educational, this app fosters a preschooler's ability to observe and compare objects. "What Did Snakey Eat?" has over 70 objects to match and 40 sounds to discover, providing instant fun that will entertain kids for hours.

In this delightfully silly game your preschooler will develop his/her thinking skills by matching 
the shape in Snakey’s belly to one of the three suggested objects. Did Snakey swallow an umbrella? A rhinoceros? Or even a school bus? The giggles never stop when preschoolers see the crazy things that Snakey has eaten. Choose the correct object 
and Snakey will spit it back out with silly or yucky (you choose) sound effects, then swallow something even funnier!

Watch and listen as your young one giggles, snorts and laughs along with this fun and silly matching game.

Brought to you by the makers of Ranger Rick. Your purchase of this app supports the National Wildlife Federation’s mission to inspire Americans to protect wildlife for our children’s future.

In "What Did Snakey Eat?", preschoolers will:

• Identify more than 70 objects that Snakey eats
• Discover over 40 new silly sounds
• Match images to shapes
• Help Snakey feel better
• Choose from Silly or Yucky Sounds

Recent changes:
Fixes screen size problem on high definition Android devices

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A Google User
Mar 16, 2014
This is one of my Granddaughters favorite games. So cute and fun to play while learning to match different shapes.
A Google User
Nov 30, 2013
Kids love it My kids all love this game, but it gets cut off on my Nexus 7 screen. Funny how the first thing I saw on this page was that resolution issues were fixed. Definitely not for us.
A Google User
Nov 28, 2013
Doesn't work Worked on One X+ with 4.1, needs to be fixed for Nexus 5 running 4.4. To be clear, your release note says fixed for high resolution devices. Not, apparently, the Nexus 5.
A Google User
Jul 31, 2013
Great but screen issues My 2 year old loves the game. The shape matching and object naming are good for her and she really gets a kick out of snakey's "uh huh, uh huh" when you get it right. However the resolution is messed up and the game only utilizes %25 or less of my tablet screen. Probably better on a phone. Using a Nexus 10.
A Google User
Jul 26, 2013
Boring I could not wait for this game to end. Reminds me of Penn & Teller's bus game. The size bug is not fixed either... the screen covers only 25% of the available area.