Most of us use the Google search engine every day. But only a few people know about the existence of “Easter eggs” – references to famous games, as well as secret effects created by the developers. Try entering these queries into the search bar to prank your friends, or to have some fun yourself.
This simple but addictive game is familiar to all of us from childhood and more than once helped to while away the time in a boring lesson. To remember your school days, enter 'tic-tac-toe' in the search field and see if you can bypass artificial intelligence.
In order to play the old familiar computer solitaire, it is not necessary to have access to a PC or laptop. The game is available even from a mobile phone or tablet, if you enter the word 'solitaire' in Google.
Those in their thirties or so now remember this game from the Tetris console. The bottom line is to collect food for the snake, and at the same time avoid collisions with the edges of the playing field or the tail. You can return to childhood and feed the drawn reptile if you enter the query 'snake'.
A game where you need to spin a four-sided top on which Hebrew letters appear. For some extraordinary online fun, just search for 'dreidel'.
As soon as you enter this word in the search field, Google will show a window where you need to try yourself in the role of a real sapper. Choose a difficulty level and try to avoid mines.
Well, who does not know the cult arcade game Pacman – primitive, but spawned many clones and actually started the video game industry. This year she turned 40 years old. It is activated via the 'goggle pacman' request.
They spin the roulette wheel, which is issued by the 'spinner' request, out of idleness and boredom, or, for example, when they cannot make a choice. Set the wheel the required number of options (change them in the upper left corner of the playing field), and let the case decide for you. And by changing the word number to fidget in the upper right corner, you can spin the spinner.
Make fun of a friend or colleague by typing 'askew' into Google search – the page and its content will tilt to the right. The next query you enter will fix that, but the person you prank doesn't need to know.
There is some code in HTML that makes text content flash. Type in the query 'blink HTML' and the words from the search query that appear on the page will start blinking.
Make a barrel
Ask a friend to google 'do a barrel roll' and watch their reaction. The page will rotate 360 °. This is a reference to the Star Fox game, where the protagonist piloted a spaceship. Having performed the 'barrel' trick ('barrel' in translation from English), that is, having turned 360 °, he became invulnerable for some time.