Google Maps adds Snakes game in app for April Fools’ Day

Google's April Fool's Day Easter Egg : snakes have reached Google Maps and you can also play on iOS, Android and on the desktop. Google is temporarily adding a version of the classic Snakes game to its Google Maps app for this April's fool.

Snakes have reached Google Maps and you can play the game on iOS, Android and a desktop version. Adding Serpents to Google Maps is part of the Innocent's Easter Egg, which will no doubt be a lot nicer than other jokes, some of which are too obvious. Interestingly, Microsoft has banned all April Fool's jokes, although other tech companies such as Google, OnePlus, and so on. continue with these.

With Snakes games, Google Maps will allow you to play in different parts of the world, including Cairo, London, San Francisco, Sao Paulo, Sydney and Tokyo. The option will be displayed directly in Google Maps.

So, how can you play Snakes on Google Maps?

Just go to the Google Maps app in your Android or iOS app and tap the menu icon in the upper left corner. If you do not see Play Snake, simply close the application and restart it. The new option should appear in the side menu.

Once you see the "Play Snake" option, just tap Play and the game will begin. You will have the choice between different cities mentioned above. The goal is to collect as many passengers as possible with the Snake train.

Google says that the train aka The Serpent will travel around the world, from Big Ben, the Great Sphinx of Giza to the Eiffel Tower. The goal is to make sure your train does not leave the map or fall alone, like the traditional Snake game.

Google says the Snake feature will be available in Android and iOS apps for about a week. There is also a separate website for Snake, and users can play the game on Google Maps much longer, even after the end of April Fool's Day.

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