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Google Maps added Snake Game for April Fools’ Day

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While everyone enjoying the April Fools’ day with funny tricks and pranks, Google is celebrating this day in retro style by pushing an update to the Google Maps with a new Snake Game. Google has started a Snake game with trains and busses in popular cities around the globe. This game is similar to that of the classic Snake game found on Nokia phones.

The snake game is available for everyone either on the desktop or Mobile platforms. Android and iOS users can play this game on their smartphone by picking up as much as passengers they can pick in their trains. Also, they can achieve a high score by visiting to different popular destinations around the world such as Cairo, London, San Francisco, Sao Paolo, Sydney, and Tokyo, or they can choose to play in the world with random locations.

To play this game, Open the Google Maps then tap on menu icon at the top left of the screen. Then select the “Play Snake” option to start playing this game. Just select your city where you want to play and start picking passengers to achieve scores. As much as you pick up passengers, your train length will grow making it harder to handle it. Just pick up more and more passengers and visit to some important landmarks to earn extra bonus scores.

As of now, this Snake game is rolled out to almost every region of the world to Android, iOS, and web users. It will continue to persist in the Google Maps for at least a week or so. If you haven’t checked out the game yet, what are you waiting for? Go, and play this interesting and adventurous game.

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