Google Snake is a colorful single-player snake game by Alphabet Inc.'s Google that's similar to the popular Snake and Blockade games. The player's goal is to direct a gradient-blue anthropomorphic snake around on a two-tone green checkerboard playfield to eat red apples without hitting any of the dark green side walls.
After the snake eats, it flicks its red tongue after it eats to show its pleasure. Yet, every apple makes its body grow larger and more difficult to control. If the player directs it into a wall by accident, it suffers a concussion, and one of its eyes swells. The game then resets, and the player must attempt to beat their last best score.
The game tracks the current score with a white number to the right of a picture of a whole red apple with a single green leaf near the upper-left corner of the screen above the playfield. It tracks the player's best score across all games to the right of a picture of a gold trophy in the same spot.
Google Snake shows the player these scores again under the icons on a popup window if they lose a game.