Normally, you don’t get to see any mobile phone game from the 1990s restructured for the new-generation devices. But Nokia has some different plans for their Windows Phone customers. The Finnish phone maker is launching their popular Snake 97 in the Windows Phone Marketplace.
During the 1990s, Snake 97 was one of the most popular games on the Nokia’s first generation handset. The revised version of the archaically simplistic game for the Windows Phone devices is created by the developer Willem Middelkoop.
The remade Snake 97 comes with the dot-matrix display and original monotone sounds. This means the app will transform your Windows Phone into a mid-1990s Nokia handset, sporting the buttons and all other features. The players will have to use the numerical buttons to move the snake inside the limited play area.
As in the original Snake, the highest score in the game cannot be reset. The revived Snake comes with 9 original and 2 extra difficulty levels. Earlier, Nokia has released a modern-day Snake on its N-Gage phone, which was completely a flop.
The recreated Snake app is currently available at the Windows Phone Marketplace for a price of £0.79. Don’t worry, you can have a free trial version to check the game performance on your Windows Phone handsets.
With the return of this old simple game has already triggered excitement in the mobile gaming world. Are you interested in playing the Snake 97 on your Windows Phone handsets?