Google Maps Add Nokia’s Snake Game for Android & iOS

Who still remember that best game of Nokia which we used to play? It was an awesome Snake Game whose snake kept on getting larger. Well, this time Google Maps has introduced Snake Game to fool its users in 1st April. This is not the first time Google Maps has launched something funny on April fools’ day as in 2016, it had added ‘mic drop’ button to replace send and archive which was a sending animated GIF of Minion to people. Google Maps Snake game is the best surprise ever.

Google Maps Snake Game Brings Back our Teenage years

Well, that April fool gift was not funny for many but this time the tech giant has introduced a fun version of the classic Snake Game on Google Maps. Both Android and iOS users will be able to play Snake game on their phone. They will be able to pick as much score as scores of passengers sitting next to them. The best thing about this game is that the player will be able to play the game in different locations of the world such as London, San Francisco, Sao Paolo, Sydney, and Tokyo. If you do not want to play in these areas, simply choose to play in the World.

How to Play Snake Game in Google Maps:

If you are missing your childhood and want to play a better version of Snake game, open Google Map and follow these steps:

  •  Open the Google Maps app
  • Tap on the menu icon on the top left corner
  • Select “Play Snake” to start playing directly in the app.

The snake game is rolled out for both Android and iOS and will be available from within the Google Maps app for about a week. Moreover, Soon Google Maps users will get to see an amazing feature in the app. Google is planning to give some Android users the option to create public events. If you got this option then you can go to the Contribute tab and create a party, a meet-up or another public gathering, complete with optional descriptions, categories and web links.

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Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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