Type “Google Gravity” And click On “I’m feeling lucky”: You Will Never Believe What Is Happening!

That’s one hell of a google hidden easter egg. When you type ‘Google Gravity’ and click ‘I’m lucky’, see what happens.

Google is a perfect nest of easter eggs (small hidden features). After the famous game with the dinosaur when you are not connected to the internet, know that there is downright Google without gravity. Explanations on the concept and how to use it!

 

Access the easter egg: “Google Gravity” + “I’m feeling lucky”

 

Truce of suspense. Here’s how to access Google without gravity. Don’t worry, this little hidden game won’t affect your favorite search engine. To exit Gravity mode, just close the tab or go back!

Here’s how:

  • Go to the Google search engine, the search page, not the URL bar. If you’re not sure you’re there, you can always type “Google.com” into Google… At least you’re sure you’re in the right place!

 

  • Then, type in the search bar “Google Gravity”. But don’t press enter. Example :
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google gravity effects

 

 

  • Thereafter, you have two options to access Google Gravity. Either you click directly on the “I’m lucky” button at the bottom of your search bar with “Google Gravity” written in it. Or, you can search by pressing enter and clicking on the first link that comes out: Google Gravity – Mr.doob .

 

  • And There you go ! You are there and you can walk around the buttons of Google as you see fit with this Google without gravity. Note that you can absolutely access YouTube, etc., via this feature by pressing the corresponding buttons. Impressive, right?

 

Be aware that there are also other hidden Google features (easter eggs). So here is a list, to have a little fun on your search engine.

 

  • Type “do a barrel roll” into Google and hit enter. This will spin your search results 360°!

 

 

  • It is also possible to make certain words blink by typing “blink html” on Google.

 

  • Type the formula “sqrt(cos(x))*cos(300x)+sqrt(abs(x))-0.7)*(4-x*x)^0.01, sqrt(6-x^2), -sqrt( 6-x^2) from -4.5 to 4.5” on Google, you will be surprised by the result!

 

  • For most gamers, it is totally possible to play Tic Tac Toe on Google via these easter eggs. For that, just type “Tic Tac Toe” in the search bar.

 

  • Does the solitaire game on Google tell you? You just have to type “solitaire” in the search bar.

 

  • Same for Starcraft fans by typing “zerg rush”! The link if ever: is https://elgoog.im/zergrush/

 

  • Let’s not even talk about Pac Mac which is also entitled to its own Google easter egg by typing “pac man” to bring up a mini-game.

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