Google re-inserted a hidden feature in the form of a game in the smartphone settings menu that carried the latest Android operating system.
Quoting Android Police, the game on Android Q version of Beta 6 is in the form of a display with a background of grey and black strips with the text ‘Android 10’ on it.
Hidden Games on Android Q
The text ‘android’ along with the numbers ‘1’ and ‘0’ can then be dragged until it can be arranged to resemble ‘Android Q’.
Interestingly, users can then tap the ‘Android Q’ text several times so they can play other games.
This second game looks like Picross, where users are required to put black dots on several white boxes that have been available to reveal a secret object.
For example, If the user happens to draw icons that represent one of the features or functions on the smartphone, such as the volume logo, the user will be presented with information that says that the image does indeed represent the volume function.
However, because it is still in beta, there is a possibility that this hidden game feature will change in the final version of Android Q. Because usually, these hidden games correlate with the name of the operating system itself.