Renegade Snake Conjures Up DOS Nostalgia
Do you miss the simpler days of IRQ conflicts and .dll hell? I certainly do. In the style of the archetypal Snake game, dating back to the mid-70s, XDA forum member Renegade_Rulez has created Renegade Snake. While the controls are admittedly a bit difficult on touchscreen-only devices, the developer also includes support for the D-Pad and trackball.
Sporting 20 levels and 3 difficulty levels, this game is a great way to pass the time. Just be careful not to run into yourself. In the words of the developer
Its a 20 level free retro snake game with 3 difficulty levels and automatic save function.
If people with older phones could please test it and let me know if it works for them.
I only have 800*480 phone but if someone with a higher and lower resolution could test it?
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to make your snake grow extra long… OK, I’ll stop.
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