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Get to know about our Snake Game, How it is developed and the most important factors about the development of this game.

Version 1.0


Play Google Snake Game is a classic snake game developed using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. It is designed to provide a nostalgic gaming experience reminiscent of the popular Snake game featured on early Nokia mobile phones.

System Requirements:

Web browser with HTML5 and CSS3 support

JavaScript must be enabled


No installation is required. Simply open the index.html file in a compatible web browser.

File Structure:

  • index.html: Main HTML file containing the game structure.
  • style.css: CSS file for styling the game interface.
  • script.js: JavaScript file containing the game logic.

Game Controls:

  • Use arrow keys (up, down, left, right) to control the snake’s movement.
  • Press the space bar to pause and resume the game.

Game Mechanics:

Snake Movement:

  • The snake moves continuously in the direction it is facing.
  • Arrow keys change the snake’s direction.


  • Randomly generated food appears on the screen.
  • The snake grows longer when it consumes food.

Game Over:

  • The game ends when the snake collides with the walls or itself.
  • A game over message is displayed, and the player can restart the game.

Code Structure:

  1. HTML (index.html):
    • Structure for game canvas and score display.
  2. CSS (style.css):
    • Styling for the game canvas, snake, food, and other elements.
  3. JavaScript (script.js):
    • Initialization of game variables and constants.
    • Functions for handling user input and updating the game state.
    • Collision detection and game over logic.
    • Rendering functions for the snake, food, and game elements.


  • Colors, fonts, and sizes can be customized in the style.css file.
  • Game speed, grid size, and other parameters can be adjusted in the script.js file.

Known Issues:

  • No known issues at the time of release.

Future Improvements:

  • Multiplayer functionality.
  • Additional game modes (e.g., speed variations).
  • Mobile responsiveness.