Across the latest weeks, step-by-step the developers unveiled the Ubuntu phone OS, allowing interested persons to observe swiping gestures, native applications, implemented lenses (such as the People lens), home screen, etc.
Furthermore, especially at CES 2013, the developers demoed interesting aspects of Ubuntu for phones, like for example, usable image-taking-capable camera, editing functionalities, (web-)browser, items proving that the innovative operating system has already received support for both commonly-used and complex activities.
Hours ago, Ubuntu’s Alan Pope shared an interesting image, where one can observe a game running on Ubuntu for phones.
Labeled as “first game for the Ubuntu phone”, the game contains square objects and interesting controls, top-bar items that allow the gamer to adjust/stop the sound volume.
Written by Ubuntu’s Stuart Langridge, the game’s code is available on https://code.launchpad.net/~sil/+junk/dropping-letters