Inspired by this Sinch hack by Gregory Koberger, use SMS to pair your phone and computer for gaming. In the aforementioned hack, users type their phone number into a form on the website which sends them an SMS with a unique link. Upon clicking the link, use a service like Pubnub to sync the phone and browser in real time.
For example, you could create a version of Flappy Bird, where you tap the phone screen to fly, but you’re watching the game on your computer.
You could also create racing games, FPS games, drawing games, and pretty much anything else you can imagine! Ready to start building? Sign up for a free developer account and take a look at our simple tutorials.
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