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The vast majority of people associate the internet with Google, and some could barely remember the existence of the global web without Google. The generation of people that were born after 2000 have known about Google from their early childhood. At the same time, generation Z knew how to use Google before they figured out how to combine letters in words.

Everybody knows that Google encourages different collaborations with artists or developers to create an interactive Google logo or game for special occasions. There’s something even more; I’m talking about tricks Google hides someplace that the current generation has never seen, and people of my age will enjoy some heartwarming flashbacks.

Pig Latin Google and more

The Google homepage is offered in over 150 languages, including some peculiar ones like Pig Latin, Hacker, Elmer Fudd, Klingon, Pirate, and the Swedish Chef Muppet’s Bork bork bork.

Pig Latin

The number of horns on a unicorn

I feel really dumb to say that, but when I googled it for the first time I was laughing so hard. Try it!

The number of horns on a unicron

The answer to life, the universe, and everything

Google will offer you to take a minute and measure out why the answer for everything is like that.

42

This one is for Friends lovers

It’s almost impossible to find a person who’s never heard about the iconic sitcom “Friends”. Recently, it turned 25 years so Google made an interesting easter egg for every main character from the sitcom. For example when you search Ross Geller you will see a little sofa under his photos. Click on it and the player will switch on the iconic phrase “PIVOT”. Try it out with other Friends characters.

Friends trick

Anagram

When you write to search the word “anagram”, Google asks you if you meant “Nag A Ram”. Which is a straight anagram of the word “anagram”. It’s funny because it is. There are no more explanations 🙂

Anagram

Thanos

If you are a Marvel universe fan you will get it, and even if you’re not a fan, you will get it, too. Search for “Thanos” on Google there will be a separate window with a Thanos biography in the top right part of the screen. Now, click on the “Gauntlet” icon just below Google Images and see Google disintegrate its page listings.

Thanos trick

Zerg Rush

Perhaps this was my favorite Google trick. Unfortunately, Google removed it, but you can still find it on ElgooG. Alternatively, you can access the hidden Google trick by clicking on “I am feeling lucky” after typing “Zerg Rush” on the Google search bar.

Zerg Rush

Google Gravity

Type Google Gravity and press “I am feeling lucky” and your whole world will lose stability and firmness. Just kidding, only Google will become a mess.

Google Gravity

Recursion

Google takes on the role of the teacher and wants to show you how recursion works. You will find an infinite loop, much like recursion.

Recursion

Atari Breakout 

Google offers you chance to experience the original Atari Breakout from the ‘90s. It is an engaging game where you break bricks with a ball. Go to Google images and type “Atari Breakout.” The images will be transformed into blocks where you can play the iconic game.

Atari breakout

Do a barrel roll

It’s the most popular trick from Google. When you ask Google to do a barrel roll, the magic will happen.

Do a barrel roll
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