Google is not the type to shy away from pulling off a great April Fools’ Day gag each year. This time it’s an intriguing spin-off in the kind of a Snake-inspired match Google Maps. The game has you controlling a bus or a train which you could opt to control along with many important cities, or on the map if you please. You pick passengers up in route and with each additional passenger, you select, your bogey increases in dimension.
Simply known as Google Maps Snake, the April Fools’ Day gag game also has bonus items which show up on maps that include 5 to 10 extra bonus points rather than this only point you make it by picking every passenger. The place options comprise Cairo, Sao Paolo, London, Sydney, San Francisco, Tokyo, and World. Your snake requires the form of a train, bus, or even a tram (as in the case of San Francisco), based on the place.
“Google Maps Snake is going to be accessible on Google Maps App for Android and iOS for near a week, and it would continue to be working on this site. Google created the April Fools’ Day Google Maps statement on its own blog post.”
This also would not be the first time Google has included a match on to Google Maps through April Fools’ Day. We have previously seen Google recreate classic matches such as Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man, Where is Waldo, Treasure Hunt, as well as Pokemon Challenge, that will be thought to have inspired the production of Pokemon Move.
Many other technology businesses are expected to attempt to pull an April Fools’ Day gag this year. Odds are, if there is an outlandish statement now, then choose it with a pinch of salt.