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Sneak Puzzle Game
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Sneak trains your reaction time and visual attention. The object of this game is to sneak through each level without being detected by enemy security devices.

Don't be fooled by this simple-looking game. It's a lot of fun, and it really makes you focus.

To begin, click the Small, Medium, or Large link or PLAY GAME button under the picture at left. This opens the game in a pop-up window.

Sneak Instructions

To begin, click the "Play a level" link. Then click the "Play" link on the next screen.

If you like this game, you might also enjoy the Emerald Thief game.

HOW TO PLAY.  Your player is the round green token. Use the Arrow Keys to move your player through the maze to reach the exit.

Dodge the security devices in your way. Otherwise it's game over and you must start the level again. The security devices include red lasers, security lights, and roving guards.

STRATEGY: If you are touched by the security devices then you're caught! So plan your strategy before moving an inch.

When the level first appears, just sit for a moment and take a look at the security features on that level. Try to notice "safe spots" where the lasers, lights, and other security devices never reach.

Then, start moving! As soon as you see an opening, use the arrow keys to move your player to a safe spot. Then wait for your next opening, and move again.

Each level is challenging. After practicing with it for a few minutes (and getting caught a bunch of times) I was finally able to get to Level 5. See if you can do better!

Sneak Game Winners

If you complete all 15 levels of this Sneak brain game, then Congratulations! That's not an easy thing to do.

If you want me to post your name and town on this page, tell me what the message at the end of Level 15 says. Email the Level 15 message to me through the Contact Me page.

Be sure to also tell me the name of your city and country, and your last name (if you want that included).

Brainiacs Who Completed the Sneak Game

  • A'keima Gibbs - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA (10/27/16)
  • Jeannie Rediker - New Brunswick, Canada (05/18/16)
  • Don Poznicek - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA (05/11/16)
  • Gokul Krishnan - Stuttgart, Germany (09/30/14)
  • Jessica Castillo - El Paso, Texas, USA (12/04/13)
  • Joe - Australia (12/04/13)
  • Jonathan Freiburg - Holmberg, Córdoba, Argentina (11/16/13)
  • Aaron Heckler - Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA (9/19/13)
  • Michael Collins - Newark, Delaware, USA (3/4/13)
  • Danny Kopas - Illinois, USA (11/15/12)
  • Teri - Alabama, USA (5/19/12)
  • Dominic Griego - New Mexico, USA (5/17/12)
  • Reid McMullin - Shawnee, Kansas, USA (4/17/12)
  • Rajesh Balasundaram - Vellore, India (1/31/12)
  • Abhishek Jacob - Kanpur, India (1/2/12)
  • Harsh Sharma - Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, India (12/09/11)
  • Justin Skliar - Fullerton, California, USA (10/05/11)
  • Revati Bogaraja - Kajang, Selangor, Malaysia (08/07/11)
  • Ashton McGraw - Dubai, U.A.E. (07/29/11)
  • Avinash Jayam - Bangalore, India (06/13/11)
  • Mariah Wicker - USA (06/03/11)
  • Angela N. Foley - USA (05/26/11)
  • Abhishek Garkemukhu - Mumbai, India (05/08/11)
  • Ameer Humza - Kolkata, India (05/01/11)
  • Roman Silva - Long Beach, California, USA (04/06/11)
  • Chris McClinton - Mobile, Alabama, USA (02/22/11). Chris was the first player to beat the Sneak game and tell me about it!

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