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Here’s The Best Way To Play Old-School Snake On Your Fancy Windows Phone

If you had a Nokia mobile phone back in the day — and if you were alive then, you probably did — the best thing you could do with it was to play Snake. Those buttons were a joy to push! But even in the crowded sea of smartphone games now, nothing is quite as addictive as Snake was.
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