The jumping Google Dino will soon be joined by a reptilian buddy: The Serpent. It looks like the game classic "Snake" will soon be playable in the Chrome browser.
Hidden in the review system of the Google browser, the so-called Chromium Gerrit, the colleagues of Chrome Story made an interesting discovery in the code of future versions of Chrome: According to the developers plan under the appropriate project name "Joy" (English for "joy" ) to open a games section.
While the assumption is close, this is unlikely to have anything to do with Google's Stadia game streaming service, but rather a point of contact for small web-based games within the browser. The Android version of the browser should get for this directly after the top pages and the proposed articles its own games section.
How do I play Snake in the Chrome browser?
In the current versions of the browser, it is not yet possible to play the Google version of "Snake". As can be seen from the code, "Snake" but similar to chrome: // dino / simply with the URL chrome: // snake / in the Google browser to be called. In addition, the various web-based games are to be found at the URL chrome: // games /.
As soon as there is official information or further insights on when "Chrome Snake" will be released, we will update this article.
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