You Gotta Try These Hidden Games on Chrome
Chrome is the ever popular browser for people of all ages due to its simple design and modern look. Google may inevitably enslave all of humanity in the near future, but for now let us enjoy the cute little games that everyone can play on Google’s browser.
The T-Rex Game
Why is the T-Rex running? Well to answer that, you’ll have to connect to the Internet and ask Google.
Unlike the T-Rex game, Pac Man requires Internet connection.
Just like Pac Man, you can search for Atari Breakout and click on the first link that appears in the list of search results.
With Chrome’s sleek design, you can still enjoy the game without the annoyance of nostalgia. Besides the updated graphics, Chrome’s Solitaire also comes in different difficulty mode.
If you don’t feel like playing against your computer, you can share the link to the game with another player so you can play together from different screens.
Flip a Coin
If you’re the type that can’t deal with the pressure of decision-making unlike normal, healthy adults, search for ‘flip a coin’ on Google and there’s a digital coin of no value for you to flip.
Roll a Die
Open more tabs on your browser so you’ll have more possibilities in multiples of six.
Do a Barrel Roll
How is this entertaining you might ask? We don’t know too but you can try Google to find out why.
Now you know how Google manipulates content.
What Sound Does a Cat Make?
Turn it into a guessing game by clicking on the pictures and ask the name of the animal.
Hidden games makes Chrome so much more than a web browser. What games would you like to see on Chrome? Let us know in the comment section below.
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