The first game on Android Wear is a Flappy Bird clone
Among all the interesting things that a smartwatch can possibly do, gaming is simply not one of them. However, that has been put down by the Android Wear which was initially designed and built as a notification wearable but has evolved just a bit to accommodate something fun. Since the wearable’s platform could be openly sourced, we were suspecting that outside games would soon make their way to the device.
Today we have seen what is Android Wear’s first ever official game and it appears to be nothing like what we expected. The game comes from developer Sebastian Mauer and though his work turns out to be quite unexpected, it surely seems like it is going to win a thousand hearts. The developer decided to make a clone of the famous and highly addictive Flappy Bird. The game can be downloaded for free and just like any other app, this will also have to be sideloaded from your phone. The game is called Flopsy Droid and users can find it in the wearables section of the Play Store.
The game is quite similar to the original Flappy Bird with a character that has to be kept up in the air and though the device is particularly a smaller form factor, the game is still quite tough.
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