Google released Android 6.0 Marshmallow on Monday, which means anyone rocking a supported Nexus handset or tablet can now run the newest version of Google’s Android platform. Many devices will soon get the upgrade as well, as some OEMs have already confirmed plans for upcoming Marshmallow updates.

Meanwhile, while you wait to get Android 6.0, you might be wondering what the official Easter Egg for Marshmallow is. Yes, there is one in Android 6.0 just like in any previous releases, and it also lets you play a familiar game.

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To check it out, you simply have to go to the Settings app, and then to About phone/tablet. Tap on the Android version several times and you will get the following image, as shared by Phone Arena.

android-6.0-marshmallow-easter-egg-1Image Source: Phone Arena

Tap a few more times on the Marshmallow logo in the picture above, and then long-press on it to enable the Easter Egg game, which happens to be a version of Flappy Bird. That’s the same game that’s available on Lollipop devices (where it’s activated in a similar way), but the graphics have changed to reflect the new dessert name (see following image).

android-6.0-marshmallow-easter-egg-2Image Source: Phone Arena

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