Who didn't enjoy playing Snake game on Nokia phones? Check out this version of the snake game which was commonly found on Nokia phones. Navigate the snake around the screen and try to eat as much eggs as possible. Each time you eat an egg you get longer so watch out not to hit into yourself. This Snake game has two playing modes. One just like the original arcade one with borders and a second "no borders' mode which is really fun to play. Snake game is a freeware with no playing or time limitations. Don't miss playing this game!
What's new in this version: Version 3.11 is a bug fixing release.
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