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Snake Game

The Google Snake game is a classic and addictive browser game that has been enjoyed by millions of people worldwide since its introduction as an Easter egg on the Google search engine in 2013. The game is a modern version of the traditional Snake game, which was first introduced in the late 1970s and popularized by Nokia mobile phones in the late 1990s. The game’s popularity can be attributed to its simple yet challenging gameplay, which makes it easy to pick up and play but difficult to master.


The objective of the game is to control a pixelated snake and guide it around the game board to eat pellets, grow in length, and avoid running into walls or its own tail. As the snake grows longer, it becomes increasingly difficult to avoid obstacles, and players must exercise careful strategy to keep the game going.

The game is played using the arrow keys on the keyboard to navigate the snake around the game board. The score is displayed in the top right corner of the screen, and players can compete against their friends and other players for the highest score.

The game board is a rectangular grid with walls around the perimeter, and the snake starts in the middle of the board. Pellets are randomly placed around the board, and the snake must eat them to grow longer. The snake’s movement is continuous, meaning it will keep moving in the same direction until the player changes its course or it runs into an obstacle.

The game is over when the snake runs into a wall or its own tail. Players can restart the game by pressing the “Enter” key on their keyboard.