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About Apple Worm

Apple Worm is a puzzle game that brings many moments of exciting entertainment to all players around the world. How many challenges will you solve?

Do you believe it is a simple game? Simply move your worm left and right to reach the portal. This will apply to the first two levels. When you reach level 3, though, you must reconsider your approach to the game. The reason for this is that the first two levels are teaching levels. The major problems begin after the third level. Remember that the higher your level, the more problems you will experience. Sometimes you have to retry a level a dozen times. Calm down and don't give up since this is a brainteaser game to put your brain to the test.

How to complete all levels of Apple Worm

As previously stated, your main goal is to get through the portal. Eating the apple is the first step in achieving the goal. The apple seems to be simple to get. Your worm may easily slip into the gap or get trapped in a tight corner, believe me. As a result, before proceeding, you should examine the labyrinth terrains. The labyrinth usually has some brown blocks with basic forms like rectangles and squares. They look to be haphazardly positioned at first inspection. In truth, their purpose in the labyrinth is to keep your worm from escaping, but they may also assist you. To escape every risk, you must carefully plan each maneuver. Calculate the size of any gaps or corners you may encounter. Would the worm's length be enough to overpower them? If you fall into gaps or get caught in a corner, you may retry the level by pressing the replay button.

When you join the game, you may see your completion time in the lower left corner. Although there is no time constraint, attempt to finish the levels as quickly as possible. You may also use the two volume buttons in the top left corner of the screen to switch on or off the game's music and sound effects.

Controls

  • Use WASD keys or arrow keys to move your worm.
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