Microsoft Surface Phone Release Nears As First “Andromeda OS” Game Revealed
Now an unreleased Windows 10 game has popped up which further confirms that the highly-anticipated Surface Phone’s release is getting near.
The game that we’re referring to us called Miami Street, and it is a racer created by Electric Square in collaboration with Microsoft Studios for touchscreen PCs.
Let us know what you think of the game if you’ve been able to play and if you believe it could actually be related to the Surface Phone somehow.
The report suggests that Miami Street was originally called Forza Kart. It will run on PCs and foldable devices powered by Microsoft’s Windows 10. Interestingly, it’s one of the first titles that support the Andromeda shell.
You can download this game right now by changing your region to The Netherlands.
It seems to be more of an Asphalt-type game, as to accelerate the car’s speed, you have to hold down the left mouse button and the vehicle would steer automatically through turns. To learn more about Miami Street and to keep up to date with the latest news on the game, make sure to follow the Miami Street Facebook page.
You can see a sample of the game here, and you can get the game from the Microsoft Store.
Microsoft’s long-rumored Surface Phone might be just around the corner if we take into consideration the latest events. Developed to be played on any Windows 10 device, Miami Street is a new kind of racing game, built for a broad audience who love easy to pick-up-and-play experiences. We already know that the latest Windows 10 SDK referred to a device that would be running the Andromeda OS and this can not be anything else but the Surface Phone.
The patents have revealed that the Andromeda will land in the form of a Courier-like multi-form factor with two display and an innovative hinge.