About "Snake"
Dad is in the Halloween spirit all year round.   For example, here Dad uses his own hand as a festive mask in his official photograph, taken Christmas 2000.

Welcome to the spooky Halloween Snake Pit—because snakes are supposed to be scary, right? 

This dose of Holiday Cheer is dedicated to my Dad, who has had the nickname "Snake" ever since he was very young.  [Actually, Dad's nickname has nothing at all to do with Halloween serpents; he earned it for having the famously bad Thomas-family posture.]

To play, wait for the game to load, then click your mouse pointer one time within the game area and hit your "S" key to S-s-s-s-start. Use your arrow keys to maneuver the snake around the maze, gobbling the mice to grow and to score points while trying not to run into the walls or yourself. When the red key appears, grab it to advance to the next level. If you make it through all five levels, you start back at the beginning but the game will move a little faster.

In an added tribute, the snake in this game is the very same color as the paint job on Snake Thomas' most prized possession, his Volkswagen Beetle.  Now that is scary!

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