When the first mobile phone game made its way to the public in 1994, it was not an instant hit among the users. After all, a monochrome version of Tetris installed on a brick phone (Hagenuk MT-2000) is not that fun to play. Not to mention that the phones back then, although big and price are not exactly fit for gaming. Nevertheless, the Danish phone manufacturer laid the foundation of what would become the fastest growing platform in gaming. Three years later, Nokia introduced the game “Snake” as a preinstalled “extra” on some of their selected devices. Nokia’s version of Snake soon evolved to become one of the most played games on the planet, and the rest is history.