The Android Marshmallow Easter egg is a reprise of last year’s Flappy Bird game
With the release of Android Lollipop, we saw Google add what many agreed was the best Android Easter egg yet. And today, following Nat & Lo’s tease earlier this morning and the release of Android Marshmallow thereafter, we now know what the Easter egg is this time around. And it’s pretty much the same as the one from Lollipop…
If you’re new to Android Easter eggs, here’s how you access them: Go to the Settings app, head to “About phone,” and then tap the Android version 3 or 4 times in a row quickly. With Android M, you’ll se a large M icon, and tapping on that will eventually show you the real Easter egg: a playable Flappy Bird game.
It works pretty much the same as last year’s game. You’ll get a quick countdown, and then you’re left trying to tap to keep the little Android figure away from the harmful Marshmallows. I don’t know about you, but I’ve found this game to be much more difficult than the original Flappy Bird. Watch this video for proof: