Windows 10 Game Supports Continuum on Phone

Posted on November 11, 2016 by Paul Thurrott in Games, Windows Phones, Windows 10 with 14 Comments

A Windows 10 game called Plimpli Adventures offers a Flappy Bird-type experience, but with a twist: It supports Continuum on Windows phones.

That’s pretty cool, and I believe this is the first Windows 10 game to offer this support. But you don’t need a Continuum-capable Windows 10 Mobile handset to play Plimpli Adventures, of course: It works on Windows 10 PCs and tablets, and other Windows 10 Mobile phones as well.

Like Flappy Bird, the popular mobile game, Plimpli Adventures is a constantly moving 2D sides scroller where you must avoid obstacles that are careening towards you at all times. But this games goes beyond the basic (if addictive) play mechanics of Flappy Birds by offering a number of unique features:

  • Up to 8 Power-Ups will help you destroy even the most terrible enemy!
  • Night/Day System
  • Dash System
  • Snow/Rain system
  • Funny sound effects
  • 5 different Bosses
  • Simple one touch controls

It works with touch, keyboard, or mouse, or any combination, and is free with in-app purchases but no advertising.

You can download Plimpli Adventures from the Windows Store.

Thanks to everyone who wrote in about this.


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Comments (14)

14 responses to “Windows 10 Game Supports Continuum on Phone”

  1. 1321

    I'm sure this isn't the first game to support continuum, I have played valiant hearts on continuum many months ago when I first got my 950XL.

  2. 1488

    That's cool that it supports continuum.

  3. 8386

    Definitely not the first I regularly play games using continuum and my 950, with a keyboard mouse, age of empires;castle siege and world of tanks blitz are both superb on a big screen.

  4. 8386

    In reply to nightmare99:You are right, there are quite a few games now.
  5. 1292

    Going to give this a spin on my 8" W10 tablet.

  6. 6734

    Crossy Road supports continuum and it supports xbox control.  I tested myself with Lumia 950 XL and a wired control (the xbox dongle doesn't work).

  7. 8482

    That's a good trend for the Microsoft, I appreciate it. But I'd rather play such mini game online or download them to my Android phone then change my OS to Windows 10. That's the ridiculous OS that I've seen, and I saw all Win OS from the Win95...

  8. 8714

    Microsoft Supporting these games are decent, but I think I'll continue to play games on sites like My Little Pony Games and such, they are just easier to access. However I am liking Microsoft moving forward with this.

  9. Jansen

    Children and computer games - shooting games Brutal games - the goal is to kill or maim, as many creatures as possible. These games cause the most irreparable harm to the child's psyche. What can this game teach? Kill.

  10. Viktor Pilevin

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