If you're a fan of highly-addictive, yet slightly-frustrating mobile games, you're in for a treat. Crossy Road, an insanely popular Frogger-like game on Android and iOS, is coming to Windows Phone.
The game is running on some devices at GDC, but we weren't yet able to get a hands-on with it as of this writing. We don't yet have any details concerning a possible release date, but the game is being advertised in some promotional material at Microsoft's booth (pictured below).
In the meantime, for those of you unfamiliar with Crossy Road, the game features a pretty simple premise: you control a chicken trying to cross a road. Sounds easy, right? Well, there's a catch: there is no other side of the road, and you're dodging obstacles such as traffic, trains, and hungry eagles along the way.
The object of the game is to simply survive for as long as you can, and you'll snag coins on your journey across the road that allow you to purchase other characters to use on subsequent attempts.
Are you guys excited for Crossy Road on Windows Phone? Let us know in the comments below.
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