Drats! The Chia Thief (one of the few people to successfully escape the Snowager’s Cave with some loot) has stolen another round of loot from the Snowager, but unfortunately (for the Chia Thief) his pack has a hole in it. The Snowager is not happy about this, and sets out to collect the dropped loot (and a Chias’ head). In Wrath of the Snowager it is your job to pilot the Snowager around the map and collect the stolen loot.
For every 100 points you earn in the game you will earn 1 neopoint.
Wrath of the Snowager Basic Instructions
You will begin the game with 3 lives and 2 icy blasts. Each time you fail a level you lose a life. You lose lives (and fail levels) by running into objects, such as the wall of the level or even your own tail (which grows longer as you collect more items, just like in Meerca Chase!) Icy blasts allow you to freeze the Chia in place for a short duration of time. Your lives will be denoted by red hearts and your icy blasts by blue snowflakes (see picture below for more details).
As you’re following around the Chia, every so often he will drop an item or a power-up. You are to avoid the red debuffs while collecting the green power-ups and the items he will drop. Simply run over something (with your face, not your tail) to pick it up. There is a counter (the red number) at the top of the screen next to the Chia’s portrait that tells you how many more items you will need to collect in order to advance to the next level. (The green counter next to the Snowager’s portrait informs you how many items you have collected so far.) After some time items left on the floor will begin to flash and then disappear back into the Chia’s pack. As the game goes on these items will gradually begin to disappear faster and faster.
Sometimes the Chia will turn purple and begin to flash and all the items on the screen will begin to slide back towards the Chia. Items only move if they are within a certain distance from the Chia (an object on the other side of the screen won’t move towards the Chia). This can be extremely helpful whenever you are standing next to the Chia because you catch all the items, no work required!
Wrath of the Snowager Controls
The controls are simple, you control the Snowager with the left and right arrow keys: movement is relative to the direction the Snowager is facing. Also to release an icy blast get close to the Chia Thief and press the spacebar, remember icy blasts are limited. (The controls might feel a bit awkward at first, but practice makes perfect!)
Wrath of the Snowager Levels
The table below shows the title of each of the 12 levels and the number of items required to complete that level on each difficulty setting. Whenever you begin a new level it unlocks that level on all difficulties in the start menu for the next game. However, these levels are not permanently unlocked! You may only start as far as you got in the previous game. So if you managed to go all the way to level 10 in your first game, but lose on level two in your second game, when you begin your third game only the first and second levels will be unlocked for your to play.
The first four levels are set in the Ice Caves of Terror and minimal obstacles (easy). The next four levels are set in Happy Value and contain more obstacles (medium). The final four levels are set in on the top of Terror Mountain and contain ALOT of obstacles (hard). Keep in mind that the Chia will also gradually begin to move faster as you progress throughout the levels and may be almost impossible to catch on the hardest level.
|Level Number||Level Title||Easy||Medium||Hard|
|One||Give back my loot!||12||12||20|
|Two||Chase the Chia||12||12||20|
|Five||Welcome to the Valley||13||14||21|
|Eight||Watch out for the Trees||14||17||22|
|Nine||Peak of Danger||14||17||22|
|Twelve||The Last Loot||16||20||24|
Wrath of the Snowager Items to Collect
Each level of the Wrath of the Snowager has different items to collect for the different difficulties. Listed below are the items to collect for each setting. The point value for each item is also listed in parentheses.
Easy Mode Items
Sticky Snowflake Keyring
Tea Time Acara Plushie
Medium Mode Items
Christmas Gnorbu Plushie
Scorched Treasure Scratchcard
Suteks Riches Scratchcard
Hard Mode Items
Wrath of the Snowager Power-ups and Debuffs
In Wrath of the Snowager there a 2 debuffs and 7 power-ups. Below you will find tables each with a name, a picture, and a description of how these affect you.
Wrath of the Snowager Cheats
- You can run over the Chia thief and he will be frozen in place for a short duration while also dropping 3 loot items.
- Looking for a certain number of points (for maybe the Daily Dare challenge)? The best way to attain points quickly is by playing the first 2 levels on the highest difficulty setting. These levels feature lower speeds and only have one obstacle in the center of the map, making it the perfect point farmer. If you are about to win level 2 and do not have the score you need, just run into the wall before you collect the last item to retain your level 1 score and to reset level 2.
- Those tricky power-ups! Sometimes there is just a little to much power in the speed boost power-up so drive with caution when you are using it!
- The more loot power up, great for gaining a few more points, makes it easier to run into yourself. Turn with caution!