"Jamal and the Wasp Bunker," "Iron Snail" and "Shell Lost" are examples of fun and educational snail games for kids. Other snail games include "Dutchman's Dash," "Maple Story" and "Escargot.”
"Jamal and the Wasp Bunker" is a game in which the player is a vegetarian spider that rescues his friends from flying creatures. This game has a scoreboard for kids to compete against each other and awards online trophies.
"Iron Snail" is a game where kids help the heroic Iron Snail save humanity from terror. Players use the mouse to aim and shoot, and the WASD keys on the keyboard to move forward, left, right and back.
In "Shell Lost," kids help a snail find his lost shell by solving puzzles. The game has over 30 levels; players get extra points for completing the levels as quickly as possible.
In "Dutchman's Dash," kids play as Spongebob Squarepants or Patrick and must collect items for points, avoid enemies and rescue Gary the snail. Players use the space bar to attack and the arrow keys to jump, crouch and run.
"Maple Story" is a game where the player uses a sword to kill all the snakes and snails; players also pick up items to gain points and advance. In "Escargot," kids help a jumping snail collect shells and move through a maze that becomes increasingly difficult.