Whether you're an April Fools person or not, or even if you forgot that the day existed then Google Maps is here to remind you in the best way with a simple game of Snake. The older game (that was made popular for anyone who had a Blackberry around 10 years ago) just follows a digital snake as they take over the world and collect points from picking up objects on your screen.
"Google Maps shows you how to get around on foot, car, train and bicycle, and now, you can ssslither to your destination too," Omar Abdelaziz, Product Manager of Google Maps, said in an official statement. "Starting today, you can play a twist on the snake game in different locations across the world—including Cairo, London, San Francisco, São Paulo, Sydney, and Tokyo—right from Google Maps."
As for how to launch the game, it's simple: "To start playing, simply open the Google Maps app, tap on the menu icon on the top left corner, then select "Play Snake" to get your daily dose of 90s nostalgia (boy bands, fanny packs and slap bracelets not included)."
Terry Crews Receives Support From Old Spice In Light Of Sexual Assault
The Terry Crews sexual assault case has not been an easy one for the actor. His accuser, Adam Venit, was only suspended from work for a short amount time where he still had to pay him. Adam then denied the accusations inappropriately groping Terry and claimed that he couldn't win the case anyway because Terry was never "injured." Not only that, but Terry was urged by Russell Simmons and his The Expendables producer to drop the case.
Despite it all, Terry does have people who are behind him and they are his friends over at Old Spice and Procter & Gamble. Having done a number commercials for the men's body products, the company stand by their partner and everything he's fighting in the case against the WME agent.
"In so many instances it is women who are seen as the only victims these types assaults as few men come forward to tell their story too," the letter reads. "We hope that men take your lead and stand up to expose those who are taking advantage their position to cause harm to others."
Read the full letter support below.