Top Google Search Fun Tricks

Besides using it for your homework, assignments, research and other things, you can also use Google for some fun. In this post, I am going to list top 7 fun tricks which can be performed using Google.

Google Search Fun Tricks

1. Google Gravity

If you want to see Google’s homepage falling apart, then this trick is meant for you. Yes, you heard it right, you can actually see the Google homepage falling apart. Go to google.com and type google gravity. Then click on I’m Feeling Lucky button and see the magic.

2. Pac-Man

Getting bored? Play your favorite game of Pac-Man on Google. According to the official website, it is a mini version of the game and was originally created as an animated logo for the game’s 30th anniversary on May 22, 2010. Type pacman in google’s search box and click on I’m Feeling Lucky button and have fun.

3. Tilt

As the name suggests, you can tilt your browser window by typing tilt on Google search box. There is no need to click on I’m Feeling Lucky button in this case.Google Search Fun Tricks

4. Annoying Google

Though it is a pretty basic trick, still it is enough to annoy you when you want to search for something in a jiffy. The text which is entered in the search box keeps on changing between upper-case and lower-case letters randomly. Visit annoyinggoogle.com to have a look.

5. Do a Barrel Roll

One of the most creative tricks which can be performed with Google. Type do a barrel roll in Google search box and get astonished to see that Google obey your command. There is no need to click on I’m Feeling Lucky button in this case.

6. Google Sphere

Another fun project from the creators of Google Gravity in which the contents of a standard Google homepage are arranged in a spherical shape. Type google sphere in the Google search box and click on I’m Feeling Lucky button and see the power of code.

7. Epic Google

Have you ever seen the contents Google homepage getting larger and larger in size as soon as you start typing your query? If not,thentype epic google in Google search box and click on I’m Feeling Lucky button to see this effect.

Heard of WeenieGoogle, Toogle, Uneven Google and The Revolving Google? No? Go here to find out!

The Special Hidden Google Pages is also sure to interest you too! Google also had an interesting keyword research tool called Google Wonder Wheel, but they appear to have discontinued it now.

If some of them do not work for you, try using Google Chrome browser – or else turn off Instant Search and try.

Well, this was just a small list of some fun tricks which can be performed with Google. If you know about any of the others, feel free to share.

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