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April Fool’s Day: Google adds Snake diversion to Maps applications for April Fool’s Day choke

Keep in mind Snake? It’s back – in Google Maps form!

Snake, the famous Nokia amusement first presented on the Nokia 6110 in 1997, has been reconsidered for Google Maps in festivity of April Fool’s Day. Individuals can play it on iOS and Android renditions of the Google Maps application. Simply touch the sidebar option on the left side of the search bar and individuals will see the “Play Snake” option.

There’s no genuine snake this time, rather individuals play as a public transport vehicle, similar to a Tokyo bullet train, San Francisco cable car or a London double decker bus, and pickup travelers on a 8-bit map of their respective cities.

There are six urban areas to browsed: Cairo, São Paulo, London, Sydney, San Francisco, Tokyo. There’s additionally a “World” alternative, where individuals get travelers from everywhere.

Snake will be playable in Google Maps for approximately seven days, a Google representative told CNET, in spite of the fact that the tech mammoth set up a devoted site for it.

Google loves a decent April Fool’s stifler. The organization “announced” a NES-propelled 8-bit Google Maps in 2012, added a Pac-Man diversion to Maps in 2015 and a Where’s Waldo seek a year ago. These are just a couple of the Google Maps-related precedents. The whole rundown is substantially more exhaustive.

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