Sellers of used phones could invest in Nokia devices for Snake
26 November 2010 — 2:11 PM
Nostalgic fans of the popular mobile game Snake may wish to sell their used phones to raise the funds required to purchase a Nokia handset.
The Finnish brand was the first to bring the title to the wider public in the late 1990s, when it became a craze among young people, explains Adam, author of the Nokia Conversations blog.
Its inclusion on the Nokia 3310, which is one of the most popular devices of all time with sales figures of 126 million, made it an even greater phenomenon.
Since then it has undergone a number of transformations and is now available in colour and multiplayer mode.
This means users can play against their friends or family members using a Bluetooth Infra-Red connection, states the writer.
Among the newer Nokia mobiles that people could use to enjoy a game of Snake are the N8 and C7, both of which have been released by the firm in recent weeks.
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