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Snake Byte

Snake Byte (APP2) game cover art
Platform: Apple II
Tags: Action
Developer: Unknown

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??/??/1981

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Snake Byte review

Reviewed June 12, 2009

aschultz says: "Snake Byte was a simple, high-resolution graphical update to White Lightning, one of the first games made for the Apple, in BASIC and low resolution graphics. I knew it first as Hustler, from the TRS-80 at our school, and then after the librarians got more diligent deleting games, Snake Byte and its wonderful graphics left me captivated. It's a fairly simple game: you're a snake, chasing apples on a board around barriers. The more you eat, the longer the snake goes. C..."
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