Google surprised everyone yesterday by releasing the developer preview of Android N. Typically Google makes these announcements at Google I/O, followed by a developer preview shortly after, but we guess this year Google is trying to switch things up. That being said, every Android build comes with an easter egg, and thanks to the folks at Phone Radar, Android N’s easter egg has been found.

As you can see in the video above, Android N’s easter egg is actually a mini video game. To be more specific, it seems that this is a multiplayer game that is similar in style to Flappy Bird. Granted it probably isn’t the most complex game, but as far as easter eggs are concerned, this seems to be a particularly fun one.

So how do you access it? According to Phone Radar, when you are at the Android N screen, trace an “N” over the letter “N” when it is display and it should launch the game. You can watch the video above to see it in action. At the moment there is no word on when Android N will be released, but Google did state that they are planning on releasing it to OEMs this summer.

Hopefully this means that Nexus handsets will get it earlier than last year, and that OEMs will be able to work on updating their software to the latest build and get it into the hands of customers. It is also possible that a summer release could see flagships launched in the later part of 2016 come with Android N preinstalled.

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