How could Google bring a new Android version without an Easter Egg? Continuing its ritual, Google has added a puzzle game on Android 10. The users were quick to find the hidden Easter Egg after Google rebranded the Android Q as Android 10. Along with several new features such as a system-wide dark mode, enhanced privacy controls, and a lot of other changes, the latest version also added a new Easter Egg as like on the previous versions.
Easter Egg Timeline
The Easter Egg started from a zombie painting in the Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and then it progressed to a honeybee inspired by Tron: Legacy Movie in Android 3.0, and the Android 4.0 welcomed Nyandroid character. Google added Red Jelly Bean game in Android 4.1 and 4.3, and a spinning K on Android 4.4 KitKat. The exciting Flappy Bird game came into existence in Android 5.0 Lollipop and advanced to Android 6.0 marshmallow. A cat collecting game, “Android Neko” gets introduced with Android 7.0 Nougat. The next version came with floating Octopus and Android 9 Pie with color animation.
Enable hidden game on Android 10
The Android 10 hosts a Nonogram logic puzzle game. The user has to fill the cell to find the hidden picture. It is exactly like a picture puzzle game with Android-related images. The user can see the legends on either side after rotating the display.
It’s an intuitive brain-teasing game that users would love to play in their leisure time.
Steps to enable Android 10 Easter Egg
- Open Settings panel on your Android 10 based smartphone.
- Tap About Phone in your settings menu.
- Now, Tap Android Version and a pop-up will open.
- Again, Tap Android 10 multiple times.
- Once again, double-tap ‘1’ on the Android 10 logo.
- After rotating, the ‘1’ icon will become draggable, place the icon through the ‘O’ to make a Q.
- Press the Android logo, and a Nonogram game will launch.
You have successfully unlocked the hidden puzzle game on Android 10. If you didn’t find it, then let us know via the comments below.