The 3310 received major overhauls, including a thinner and lighter body, a larger screen that’s now colored, and the addition of a 2 megapixel camera.
But what really got us excited was the return of the longtime fan favorite game Snake. Naturally, questions of whether the game would retain the classic gameplay or be a revamped version was thrown around.
It might sound weird but a game from nearly two decades ago is enough to hype us up since after all, a lot of us who owned the original spent hours on end trying to beat the damn thing and besides, the 3310 just wouldn’t be what it was without it.
To answer your questions, here’s a gameplay video of the new Snake:
So unfortunately, it’s not really how it was back in the day. The good news though for us is there’s a lot of apps that can simulate snake on your smartphones so you can play like this:
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