We love Chrome’s hidden dinosaur game, which you can play to keep yourself amused when you go offline or by visiting chrome://dino and pressing the spacebar. Now Google has made it.
even better by adding an ‘arcade mode’, which enlarges the game to fill your browser and removes the unsightly error message.
To activate this mode, simply press the spacebar twice when viewing the page. As before, the aim of the game.
Play Without Going Offline
chrome://dino in your address bar, as shown above, and the “No internet” screen will open—press space to play the game.
The aim of the game is to make the dinosaur jump over cacti by pressing the spacebar or tapping your screen (hit the spacebar twice to activate ‘arcade mode’).
The longer the dinosaur runs, the faster it gets and the more points you score. Watch out for the pterodactyls! The aim of the game is to make the dinosaur jump over cacti by pressing the spacebar or tapping your screen (hit the spacebar twice to activate ‘arcade mode’).
The longer the dinosaur runs, the faster it gets and the more points you score. Watch out for the pterodactyls!
Play Chrome Dinosaur Game in 3D
Navigate to https://priler.github.io/dino3d/ it’s in the Russian language, your browser language tool will give you the option to translate it.
After translation, you will find the “Start the game” option to start the game in 3D.
Now you have the option to Play in 3D.
Turn Chrome Into Flappy Bird
Flappy Bird is an addictive side-scrolling game from 2013 that just keeps coming back. Created by Charles Gerrard over a weekend, this cleaver Chrome experiment creates obstacles out of moving browser windows that contain images of pipes.
Visit https://flappy-windows.netlify.com/ and press the Spacebar.
another window containing the flappy bird rises, challenging you to avoid the obstacles and stop your flappy bid touching the bottom of the screen.
Retro games in Search
The Google team clearly loves its classic arcade games, because there are several to play directly from its search box.
For example, in Google Images (images.google.co.uk), search for atari breakout and the colorful brick-busting timewaster will open in your web browser.
Type zerg rush into the search box on the Google homepage (or the Chrome address bar) to launch swarm attack from the game Starcraft — click the falling ‘O’s to stop them destroying your search results.
And last but not least, search for pac—man to play Google’s brilliant ‘doodle’ from May 2010, which it has retained ever since due to popular demand.
If you want to play more hidden Google game, I will recommend you to read 10 Hidden Games you must Play on Google.