Halsinki: Before Candy Krishna and Andy Birds, Snack was a game that kept users connected to mobile screens. The game, which was added to the Nokia 6110 in 1997, gained global popularity with great speed. In this simple game, the snake has to collect food pieces by preventing it from hitting the edges of its tail and screen.
This mobile game converted the mobile used for call and message into a game console. On the occasion of the 25th anniversary, experts were asked what it was in the game that it is so popular till date. In this case, William Cox of video game developer Koali believes that the frustration that comes when the game is lost is what makes the game so addictive. You always come back for a snack.
After losing, let’s resume the game to play carefully. “It is extremely satisfying to cross the high score of yourself or your friend,” he said. Simplicity in controlling the game makes it so addictive. He said he played a lot of snack games that he beat the game by filling the screen. This game is part of the history of the game industry.