Before becoming a smartphone maker, email provider, smart home company, Google was one website and one search field. But even with this seemingly simple service, there are still some tricks on the sleeve. Users have discovered that full-text adventures are hidden on Google.com (via RockPaperShotgun) and anyone who knows the secret way needed to find it can be accessed by anyone.
To access it, you first need to use the appropriate browser. Not only Chrome, the Google browser, but also Firefox and Edge support it (although the text package was incorrect on Microsoft's browser). Unfortunately, Safari does not seem to support this particular Easter egg.
With the browser you choose, you first need to define the term "text adventure" on Google.
Next, right click on the page and click "Inspect" (Windows Ctrl + Shift + I or Cmd + Option + I for Mac shortcut also works), select the "Console" tab from the displayed menu I will. "
Please listen to the question "Do you want to play a game?"
If you type "yes" next to the prompt, you will begin an easy adventure to examine Google's search functionality trying to find the company's name letter.
If you have never played a text adventure before, you control your character by entering a simple command to progress with the puzzle. Entering "North", "South", "East", "West" will cross the world and other commands like "Grab" and "Use" will interact with the world's objects.
It sounds complicated, but it is actually fun. While I had to write a way to figure it out, it turned out to be too easy to catch and waste time …
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