Loved Snake on Nokia? Now try 'Snakeybus' for something better
For every youngster, entertainment on a Nokia phone meant 'Snake', the game that revolved around controlling a snake and collecting points. The more points you bagged, the bigger the snake became, making the whole thing interesting. But now, this gets even better, thanks to 'Snakeybus,' a game that scales the concept of snake up to a whole city. Let's see how it works.
Snakeybus: Drive through cities, pickup and drop passengers
Developed by Seattle-based Stovetop Studios, Snakeybus is very much like Snake but here you're tasked with driving a bus in a more real-world environment. You'll have to weave through the streets of Paris, Miami, and other regions at high speeds, and pick up as many passengers as possible without crashing. The more passengers you pick up and drop, the bigger your bus will grow.
Real test of foresight and reflexes
Having said that, the new game combines the USP of Nokia's game with much-improved graphics to test your reflexes and foresight. You will get five different types of buses to choose from and four locations with different themes and endless play. And as you progress within the game, more maps and buses will unlock to enhance your driving experience.
Release slated to happen on May 15
Snakeybus sounds tempting, but you will have to wait for a few more days to try out. The game is listed on Steam and will be available for download on Windows and MacOS starting May 15. It will work on systems with mediocre graphics and will be available for purchase at $8-12 on the store; there's no word yet on the mobile version.