Snake is s-s-slithering it's way onto your Razer Chroma enabled keyboards! Feed the beast as it crawls around the keys on four different speed modes. Customise the snake, food and arrow keys with 16.8 million colors. Share your score with built in Twitter functionality to let everyone know that YOU mastered control of the scaly reptile! Tweet photos of your color customisations for this classic arcade game with #chromasnake. Receive a spectrum of attractive add-ons with selected Razer Chroma products, only at RazerStore - http://www.razerzone.com/store/chroma-offer ----- Take a s-s-sneak peek below: Download Snake for Chroma Snake for Chroma is available as a single installer file, packaged with the Razer Chroma SDK and activation file. Get it here: Download (ZIP Archive | MD5: 653BE5EA8AE03D50C835B3DD1D4C6D10 | Executable Version: 1.3.1) Like the look of Snake for Chroma? Check out Audio Visualiser! ----- Work with Razer Technologies Learn more about developing with Razer Chroma technology at: http://rzr.to/chromasdk If you're a .NET developer, check out Colore, a powerful and elegant C# library for Razer Chroma's SDK: https://github.com/CoraleStudios/ Contact If you'd like to get in touch with feedback, questions or comments towards my apps or Razer technologies please tweet me @BrandonJCScott or email: firstname.lastname@example.org FAQ Do I have to turn off Synapse? Closing Synapse before launching the app is currently recommended for best performance. What products is it compatible with? Snake for Chroma is currently fully compatible with Razer BlackWidow Chroma. Razer BlackWidow Chroma Tournament Edition does support Snake for Chroma with degraded functionality. We are looking to fully support Tournament Edition in version 2. Let me go faster please! More speed modes are coming soon, tweet me @BrandonJCScott and let me know how difficult you think it is. Special Thanks I would like to thank Nicholas Martin (@njbmartin) and Adam Hellberg (@Sharparam) for design considerations and A/B testing. I would also like to thank Mark Tay (@Razer|Rfx) for his dedication towards partner developers and constant desire to move the platform forward.