Google's mysterious, if not ominous Nexus Q has already been hacked to launch apps of varied origins, but there's one particular app that stands above all: Pong. Or, Brick Defender -- you know, what's a generic title amongst friends? BrickSimple managed to hack the Q for Pong playback, using the spinning top (read: volume wheel) to move the lower bar in the game. We'll let you get right to the action; the video's embedded after the break, and the code snippet necessary to duplicate it is there in the source below.
Nexus Q repurposed to play Pong, games with your heart (video)
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