Pizza Snake Brings Back the Old DOS Classic
While the focus for most mobile gamers is in increasingly complex and visually stunning titles, sometimes it’s nice to revisit a classic. Even if you’re a Modern Combat fan, it’s fun to open up Tetris every now and see if you still have any skill. Now, there is an old DOS game that is getting new life on Android called Pizza Snake.
XDA Forum Member umegastar has released the old game for Android for free with no ads. For those who remember playing Snake on their indestructible old Nokia phones, the premise of the game should be familiar. You play as a snake that devours pizza and grows longer. You lose the game if the snake wraps back and eats itself or collides with a wall. Other features of the game include:
– No ads
– New levels coming soon
– Original Music
– Different control schemes in the options
– Fun, challenging and addictive gameplay
The game has undergone some graphical enhancements from it’s older days. It also comes with a variety of scenarios like playing on a pool table or a picnic table.
If you’d like to relive the past, look no further than the original thread.
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