Fixed missing game over code in snake game by checking for collisions with snake's body starting from piece number 1.
The copied and pasted game works without any code editing, but lacks features such as the ability to eat the blue ball and solid walls.
The code for the snake game was missing functionalities, including the game over code, which was explained by the speaker and fixed by changing the code to check for collisions with the snake's body starting from piece number 1 instead of 0.
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