Reaching out to Google for information has long become a habit. Few people know, however, that within the system, developers left many surprises that can entertain the user. We suggest sharing a joke and trying out 10 best Google secrets.
The search engine's code contains a condition, according to which small circles appear on the screen. They are greedily attacking the search engine and devouring it.
Your task is to eradicate as many of these parasites as possible. The result depends on the reaction and skill of the mouse. To challenge zergs, type "zerg rush" into a search bar. A counter will appear on the right side showing the number of enemies killed.
We don't know if it's possible to win this game. Over time, the number of zergs and their speed increase. After the removal of the output, the digital pests, as if mocking, line up in the form of a two-letter G.
Do a barrel roll and other tricks
If you Googled the phrase "do a barrel roll," the search engine output does a 360-degree turn. So the thoughts of the person who entered this search query with the serious intention of finding out what this is: "a virus on a PC, urgently need to dismantle the operating system!"
Beyond this madness, there are at least three other ways to play around with the search:
- If you type in Google gravity and click on "I'm feeling lucky," every element on the search page will crash down. Each piece can be picked up with a mouse and thrown in any part of the screen.
- Write a Google sphere, click "I'm feeling lucky" and the query entry page will become a cloud of links. By the way, they are all workers. Click on the Mr.doob link and you will be referred to an animated website that can be viewed forever.
- The words google space will generate the same effect as gravity, but elements of the page will fly in weightlessness.
You can manage the chaos in this way at least all day, the main thing is that superiors won't see what you're doing during work time.
How to Play Google's Search
The system has two secret games:
- Atari breakout
Atari is an arcade game familiar to many from "Tetris." The goal is to destroy all blocks with a flying ball, which must be knocked off with a movable bar at the bottom of the screen.
To launch the game, go to the pictures search and type atari breakout. The game interface will then appear and the resulting images will be converted into blocks.
This time-killer has many levels: the place of the destroyed images will be replaced by new. For each level completed, life is added. The result can be shared on Google +.
- A running dinosaur.
This little game is available for users of Google Chrome. The dinosaur image appears on the download page when there is no Internet.
So what's the game? you ask. So, if you press the "space" button, the dinosaur will run. Your goal is to overcome obstacles and avoid getting caught by evil pterodactyls. The longer you stay, the more points you gain.
- How many parrots are there in a snake?
We know there are 38, but how many snakes are equal to 83.5 parrots? Until recently, Google answered this question. When the query asked "how many parrots are in a snake", the first place of issuance was a humorous convector of values, where parrots could be transported to the snake, and vice versa. Unfortunately, this feature is not working right now. Playing the piano. This joke is not from the developers but it should be mentioned.
When you follow the link www.youtube.com/watch?v=oD-sSolVDiY, a record where you press the piano keys opens.
What's unusual about that? The point is that every moment of clicking is clicked on with a link. So we can play the piano with the cursor on the keys or play music using a digital keyboard.
Funny drawings stylized like the Google logo appeared in the early days of the company. These postcards are timed to the birthdays of historical figures, significant events, and holidays. Interestingly, Google takes into account the specifics of all the countries where the search engine is used.
The images are static and animated. Some of them can be interacted with. Here are all the doodles www.google.com/doodles?hl=ph.
- Les Paul's Google Guitar
To mark the American guitar virtuoso Les Paul's ninety-sixth birthday, Google has released an interactive doo-wop in the form of an electric guitar that he has invented.
Anyone could play a digital instrument. Doodle is still archived, but unfortunately no longer makes a sound.
Some doodles are a complete game. For example, to mark the 30th anniversary of the famous Pac-Man video game, Google released an interactive postcard. With it, a younger generation of gamers can try out the legendary toy.
Three lives are given to the game at the beginning. To get another, you need to score 10,000 points. To complete the level, Pakman must eat all the white dots on the map, while avoiding ghosts.
- Learn the principles of programming.
One of the newest Google jokes is dedicated to the 50th anniversary of programming for children. This is not just a game or a live picture; it is a true demonstration of the possibilities of machine language. The software blocks should help the rabbit to gather all the carrots by moving through six different levels of difficulty.
- If you are fed up with questions
I suppose everyone has a friend who is forever asking what is easy to find on the Web. It is too easy to say, "Google helps." It is far more interesting to laugh at him.
Follow the link kak-iskat.ru, enter your friend's question into the search bar, and press the button below. Copy the link and send it to a friend. Clearly, he has not yet been offered such illustrative guidance.
Surfing on the Internet is not always fun, especially when looking for information becomes a routine. Apparently, Google knows this firsthand, which is why they have created so many google secrets.
We loved the dinosaur. And you?