Searching for information on the internet can get pretty boring, so why not make it a little more entertaining with these Google tricks? You can play games, make your search page spin, defy gravity, and so much more. Keep reading to discover all of the Google easter eggs you never knew about. For more laughs
Type “do a barrel roll” into Google, click Search, and your browser window will do a 360-degree spin.
Type “anagram” into Google, click Search, and search engine will suggest “nag a ram.” Very cute.
Looking for something specific, but don't have the right keywords to describe it? This is one of the more useful and fun Google tricks. You can “reverse image search” at images.google.com by clicking the camera icon, uploading an image, and then getting results of pictures that look similar.
Type “zerg rush” into Google, click I'm Feeling Lucky, and see the search result.
Type “Google Gravity” into Google, click I'm Feeling Lucky, and Google Gravity shatters the search engine into pieces that you can drag and bounce around your screen.
Type “Google Space” into Google, click I'm Feeling Lucky, and Google Space shatters the search engine into flying that you can drag and bounce around your screen.
Something isn't quite right here. If you type “askew” into Google, you'll find something funny: The whole screen tilts down a bit to the right.
Haven't you always wondered what old web pages used to look like? Google lets you see what it looked like back in the day. Just type “Google in 1998” into the search bar and you'll be brought back in time.
Want a game break? Just go to Google images and type in “Atari Breakout.” The images turn into bricks and you can move the bar along the bottom of the screen to break them. Challenge on!
Heads or tails? Just type “flip a coin” into Google and one will appear under the search bar.
If you need more options that just heads or tails, this Google trick can save the day. Just type “roll a die” into the search bar.
Type “Google sky maps” into Google, click I'm Feeling Lucky, to explore the stars, constellations, planets, and galaxies.
Type “Google Mars” into Google, click I'm Feeling Lucky, to explore the planet. Next, check out these fascinating things captured by Google Earth.