By now, you might be aware of the game you can play while you can not connect to the internet on Google Chrome.
Want to play t-rex even when you’re connected to the internet?
It’s here. http://www.trex-game.skipser.com
They have even ported it to the android app.
People at Google are fun … It has fun games all over the place.
Play these games right in the browser and kill your boredom or just have fun.
Let’s explore the games from google right now, shall we?
If you like a quick Solitaire session, there’s no need to download anything, play right in the google.
All you have to do is look for Solitaire on Google search. (https://www.google.com/search?q=solitaire)
It offers easy and difficult mode. They even have nice sound effects, which you can turn off. There’s also a timer in case you want to keep track of it.
This is also a very fun game. Playing right in the Google search adds beauty. It’s a real-time strategy game with a race of insect-like objects. You destroy these insects or they destruct your search results. The game is over when all results get destroyed.
Too much talk, how do I play?
Search for Zerg Rush on Google, or just click here (https://www.google.com/search?q=zerg+rush).
They call it a Good Game at the end with all those insects lining up to form the letter ‘G’.
This is a favorite game of many. Google introduced this game on the 30th Anniversary of PAC-MAN, in 2010.
All you have to do to play Pacman on Google is… well, a search of Pacman. We’ll save you the trouble of typing, just click here(https://www.google.com/search?q=pacman).
It does not cover all area on the screen, unlike other games. It only covers a small space on the screen. But, hey, it’s still a lot of fun.
Another brilliant game from childhood, now in the browser!
Launching this game takes an extra step from searching for ‘atari breakout’, you’ve to search for images and it makes familiar sounds of the game almost immediately! Just click here to directly go to the image search results. (https://www.google.com/search?q=atari+breakout&tbm=isch)
All the Doodles!
This is technically not a game but still a very fun activity. As fun as a game on Google would be.
Want to go through all the Google Doodles? Leave the search bar empty and hit ‘I’m feeling lucky’. You’ll feel lucky, for sure!
The direct link to a page is here (https://www.google.com/doodles/)
Find Chuck Norris
Want to locate Chuck Norris?
Go to google search and type ‘find chuck norris’. Hit feeling lucky.
What happens? Well, that’s a surprise waiting for you.
Hint: it does not locate Chuck Norris, sorry!
Google gravity and Google Space
If multiple forces hold the components in Google search page together, what would happen in space or with higher gravity?
Like you’d expect, Google gravity pulls everything, and Google space floats everything.
Want to experience yourself? Search for ‘Google gravity’ and ‘Google space’ and hit feeling lucky!
Google Gravity (http://mrdoob.com/projects/chromeexperiments/google-gravity/)
Google Space (http://mrdoob.com/projects/chromeexperiments/google-space/)
Feel Nostalgic with google
Are you excited to know how Google search looked in 1998. It’s not very exciting, but what’s exciting is it’s possible!
Search for ‘Google in 1998’. Enjoy the primitive look!
Direct link to 1998’s Google search. https://www.google.com/search?q=google+in+1998
Google seems to like Wordplays!
Search for recursion, it’ll ask you back if you mean recursion. That’s recursion in itself…
More to search: Anagram.
Fascinated by your geographical knowledge? You might want to try this out.
You answer trivia questions by dropping pins on the map. How far off you are from the actual answer will be deducted from your total bank of kilometers.
The only rule of the game is to answer as many questions before you run out of kilometers.
Play now (https://smartypins.withgoogle.com)
Fidget Spinner in the Google!
The fidget spinner hype is over, but you can still have the fun right in the Google search.
You can also spin the numbers up to 20, if you wish to.
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