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Let's take a look at some of the secret Google tricks, amusing searches, and games that Google has tucked inside among its massive library of information.

Isn't it true that Google has transformed our lives for the better? It isn't easy to envision a future in which Google does not exist. The Google search engine is something we use daily to fulfill our insatiable need for knowledge. So let's take a break from all of that and look at some of the secret Google tricks, amusing searches, and games that Google has tucked inside among its massive library of information. These Google tactics may have you scratching your head and asking why they exist. To be honest! They are just entertaining things to do on Google, that which you may show your buddies, impress them with and demonstrate your geekiness.

Therefore, here are some hidden tricks that you may do on Google:


  • Google Gravity: Gravity operates in incredible ways, even on the Google website. This is how you can bring Google down to your knees- Open the homepage of Google and type in "Google Gravity," next, click on the "I'm Feeling Lucky" button. With the help of this Google gravity trick, you can see the homepage tumbling down.


Googlee gravity With the help of this Google gravity trick, you can see the homepage tumbling down.


  • Do A Barrel Roll: One of the most famous and entertaining Google tricks is to ask the search engine to perform a barrel roll. Searching for "Do a barrel roll" will bring up a Google page shaped like a barrel rolling. When a user does this technique for the first time, they will almost certainly panic, believing that something is wrong with their computer.


Barrel Roll When a user does this technique for the first time, they will almost certainly panic, believing that something is wrong with their computer.


  • Blink HTML: Try searching for the term "blink HTML" on Google, and you'll see that the word "blink Html" begins blinking. If you want to test it out on Android, open your Chrome browser, go to options and click on 'Request desktop site' and then check this trick out.


Blink HTML Try searching for the term "blink HTML" on Google, and you'll see that the word "blink Html" begins blinking


  • Flip a coin or Roll a Die: This is one of the most beneficial Google search tricks. Assume you're playing cricket or another game, and you're required to toss a coin or roll a die. If you type in the phrase "flip a coin," Google will flip a coin and display the flip's outcome. Inputting the words "roll a die" rolls a six-sided die and shows the number that it lands on.

Roll a die Inputting the words "roll a die" rolls a six-sided die and shows the number that it lands on.


  • Askew: It is just another of Google's clever gimmicks. Enter "Askew" in the Google search bar to see how your page tilts slightly. It's not as amusing as the other entertaining Google tricks, but it's wonderful to watch the world's largest search engine tilt slightly on your desktop.


Askew Enter "Askew" in the Google search bar to see how your page tilts slightly.


Additionally, try the following: "Google Guitar," "Google Underwater," "recursion," "Google Sphere," and "Pac man game." Don't forget to click "I'm Feeling Lucky" instead of "Google Search."



Keywords: Google, tricks, barrel roll. askew, games, flip a coin, roll a die, blink HTML


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