The creator of the hugely popular 1990s eat' em up game Snake is set to unleash a new version.
Snake Rewind is a more modern, colour take on the game which was installed as a factorty default on 400 million Nokia phones.
The Mirror reported that Taneli Armanto, a Finnish father-of-five spent 15 years working at phone maker Nokia.
Watch the new version in action:
New features include:
- Rewind the snake after crashing to continue the game
- Special fruit types, such as Fruit Magnet, Trailblazer and Score Multiplier
- Fruit store where boosters and other items can be purchased and upgraded, using fruit that are collected during the game
- 10 levels, each with its own visuals and music, unlocked by completing fun and challenging missions
- Compete against friends and other players on the high score lists
But he told the paper he is most proud of producing the world famous snake-sim.
The 50-year-old said after he was made redundant, he worked with company called Rumilus Design resurrecting the retro game.