What are Easter Eggs?
An Easter egg is an intentional inside joke, a hidden message, or a secret feature of an interactive work (often, a computer program, video game or DVD menu screen). The name is used to evoke the idea of a traditional Easter egg hunt. The term was coined to describe a hidden message in the Atari video game Adventure that led Atari to encourage further hidden messages in later games, treating them as Easter eggs for players to find.(wikipedia)
So the search gaint Google has added Easter eggs into so many of their services espesially the google search, which is called the Google Easter Eggs. Google search engine has had these Google Easter Eggs for quit some time now, but has it a hidden message or joke, most people just knew about it recently(not recently, recently). So I made up a list of 15 best Google Easter Eggs.
15 Best Google Easter Eggs
Play Pac Mac
To get to these simply type “pacman” in the google search. And you get windows version of pacman.
Well most of folks know about these game and has played it a lot on windows. So for the fans out there. Simply search for “Solitaire” and you can play you’re the classic card game forever.
Play Tic Tac Toe
Likewise, search “tic tac toe” and you will the tic tac toe game. You can set it to play against a friend or Google itself.
Super Mario Bros. Coin Box
For the Super Mario Fans Simply Type “Super Mario Bros,” and check the Graph cards at the right hand side, and we see one of the “?” Blocks from that series. Click it, and you’ll be treated the same coin-dispensing sound effect you’d hear in the original games.
Sonic the Hedgehog
Just like the Super Mario coin box, search “Sonic the Hedgehog” will bring up that beloved mascot in the Graph cards. Clicking on him will make him do his trademark spin, and eventually transform him into his powered-up Super Sonic form.
Flip a coin or Roll a die
If you’ve have a decision to make, you can Googling “flip a coin” or “roll a die” which might help.
Google in 1998
Simply google “Google in 1998” and google take you back in time.
The Google Gravity Experiment
To get to the Google gravity experiment, Click on this link or google “Google Gravity,” and click the 1st link and see some rather interesting search effects.
Make Google “Do A Barrel Roll!”
Paying tribute to Nintendo game Star Fox 64, search “do a barrel roll” (or “Z or R twice”) will spin the results page a full 360 degrees.
Play the Minigame Zerg Rush
You Can Play the Minigame Zerg Rush in google search by googling “Zerg Rush”. Which will unleash a lot of O’s that will eat away at your results.
These one is a little bit special 1st go over to Google Image Search, and searching “atari breakout” will turn that page’s images into a big game of Breakout.
Search for “recursion” and google will ask if you meant “recursion.” Now try clicking on it repeatedly. Recursion is a programming term referring to a function that calls back to itself
Google Earth Built-In Flight Simulator
Google Earth Has a Built-In Flight Simulator, you can access a flight simulator program by pressing CRTL + Alt + A on a Mac.
The Answer to Life, the Universe, and Everything
Searching for “the answer to life, the universe, and everything” brings up a calculator result of 42, a reference to Douglas Adams’ “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.”
Google Fun Facts or I’m feeling curious
If you’re want to have some fun or better less busy, search “fun facts” or “I’m feeling curious”. Google will give random fact, which you can refresh right on the page.