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Pattern type Constellation
Number of cells 20
Bounding box 13×9
Discovered by Chris Cain
Year of discovery 2015

The sidesnagger is a Spartan eater found by Chris Cain in May 2015[1] with functionality similar to the tub-with-tail eater, as shown to the right. It has one lane less diagonal clearance on the high-clearance side than other TWIT eater variants, due to the presence of the boat. The sidesnagger can be used to stabilize the p130 shuttle as discovered by Tanner Jacobi on November 18, 2017, whereas other TWIT eater variants would be destroyed by it.[2]

Also see


  1. Chris Cain (May 6, 2015). Re: Thread For Your Useless Discoveries (discussion thread) at the forums
  2. Tanner Jacobi (November 18, 2017). Re: Thread For Your Useless Discoveries (discussion thread) at the forums

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