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Happy 20th Birthday Google! Hidden Search Tricks & Games Revealed!

GOOGLE is celebrating its 20th birthday (time flies so fast), so for this special occasion, we’ve listed some of the popular and hidden Easter Eggs available on the search engine.

Total of 38 secret tricks, games and hidden entertainment, you can find it all here! There are loads of great features hidden inside Google’s search engine and we are here to reveal it to you!

Let’s start!

Typing “Google in 1998” will give you a retro version of the website.


Typing “flip a coin” – Google will flip a coin for you


Typing “pacman” – you’ll be able to play Pac-Man


Typing “roll a dice” – Google will roll a dice for you


Typing “do a barrel roll” – the search results page will do a flip

Typing “zerg rush” – a game where you have to click the dots before they destroy your results

Typing “once in a blue moon” – shows the frequency of blue moon occurrences

Typing “anagram” – you’ll be asked if you meant “nag a ram”

Typing “define anagram” – you’ll be asked if you meant “nerd fame again”

Typing “what is the answer to life, the universe and everything” – you’ll get the number 42, a reference to the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

Typing “askew” – the search results will be tilted

Typing “Atari Breakout” – you’ll get to play the game in Image Search

Typing “google gravity” and press I’m Feeling Lucky – the website will collapse

Typing “number of horns on a unicorn” – you’ll get a calculator showing the number one

Typing “what is the loneliest number” – the answer is one

Typing “Google in 1998” – you’ll get a retro version of Google

Typing “blink HTML” – the words will blink

Typing “(sqrt(cos(x))*cos(500*x)+sqrt(abs(x))-0.4)*(3-x*x)^0.1” – you’ll get a heart-shaped graph

Typing “1.2+(sqrt(1-(sqrt(x^2+y^2))^2 + 1 – x^2-y^2) * (sin (10000 * (x*3+y/5+7))+1/4)” – you’ll get an Easter Egg shaped graph

Typing “Bletchley Park” – you’ll get a code-style graphic, as a nod to British code-breakers who were based at Bletchley Park

Typing “Cornway’s Game of Life” – you’ll get a simulation of life, which evolves to spell Google

Typing “solitaire” – you can play the game Solitaire

Typing “Tic Tac Toe” – you can play Tic Tac Toe

Typing “play snake” – you can play the classic mobile game Snake

Typing “animal sounds” – you can play different animal sounds

Typing “spin a dreidel” – you can spin a dreidel on the homepage

Typing “spinner” – you can spin a number wheel

Typing “fidget spinner” – you can spin a fidget spinner

Typing “I’m feeling curious” – you’ll get the answer to a random question

Typing “color picker” – you’ll be able to find details of exact colors

Typing “random number generator” – generate a random number

Typing “Breathing exercise” – this will help you regulate your breathing

Typing “internet speed test” – this will let you find out how fast your internet is

Typing “festivus” – a pole appears on the left-hand side of the screen

Typing “recursion” – you’ll be asked if you meant “recursion”, as a joke

Typing “pi” – you’ll get a calculator response

Typing “is Google down?” – Google will tell you if it’s down

Typing “google.com/teapot” into your browser – you’ll get a “short and stout” error page

Typing “marquee HTML” – the results bar will scroll


What’s your favorite among the Google Hidden Tricks & Games? Are you surprised?

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