See games you’ve hidden
- On your Android phone or tablet, open the Play Games app .
- Tap More. Settings.
- Under “Your data,” select Review hidden games.
- Optional: To show a game, tap the game. Show game.
How to access and play Android 10 easter egg game
- Tap on About phone/tablet→ Android version. Source: Gadgets-Now. …
- The Android 10 elements can be dragged and rearranged. …
- Drag ‘1’ over ‘0’ and double-tap and hold ‘1’ to rotate and make the Q logo. …
- Now, tap on the Q logo a couple of times until you open the nanogram game.
You can view hidden files on Windows by opening up a File Explorer window, switching to the View tab on the ribbon bar, and checking the Hidden items box. Windows will remember your choice until you uncheck the box again, even if you close down File Explorer or reboot your computer.
The Android 10 update landed on some smartphones yesterday – and is hiding a Nonogram puzzle deep in the settings. The game is called a Nonogram, which is a pretty tricky grid-based puzzle game. You’ll have to fill in cells on the grid to reveal a hidden picture.
- From any Home screen, tap the Apps icon.
- Tap Settings.
- Tap Apps.
- Scroll through the list of apps that display or tap MORE and select Show system apps.
- If the app is hidden, ‘Disabled’ will be listed in the field with the app name.
- Tap the desired application.
- Tap ENABLE to show the app.
How to find hidden apps on Android phone?
- Tap the ‘App Drawer’ icon on the bottom-center or bottom-right of the home screen. …
- Next tap the menu icon. …
- Tap ‘Show hidden apps (applications)’. …
- If the above option does not appear there may not be any hidden apps;
The famous Flappy Bird (technically Flappy Droid) game is still around in Android 9.0 Pie. … Just like Nougat and Oreo, the hidden game is the Android 6.0 Marshmallow version, which used marshmallow-shaped barriers.