Google Chrome’s hidden dinosaur game

By : |April 12, 2016 0

Have you played Google Chrome’s Hidden?  If you have then you agree that unable to connect to the internet has never felt so much fun.

We live in an age where Information Technology founders challenge the world into their very own kingdoms of virtue themselves. Google has been one of the earliest web crawlers systems which store dozens of websites at its own database, being smart enough to revitalise what information the user wants to process and implements it at the push of the enter button.

Their not-so-recent but popular move is the dinosaur whom you see on your screen, the moment you go offline. That is not just a dinosaur figure, but a real game!

T-rex is a game CIOLAtandra Ray
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The company is known for its hilarious offices at convenient locations across the world wherein the worker’s can climb down the stairs or just take a slide down to the ground floor (no kidding!). One of the many intriguing prospects of Google is their way of not letting someone using their product get BORED. And hence, they’ve come up with their very own version of an 8-bit game.

So, your internet went off for a while and you got transferred to another age, perhaps before the extinction of the dinosaur’s maybe? That’s the level of sarcasm is provoked by Google. That without internet perhaps we are transferred to the age of dinosaurs. Fair enough!

You encounter a not so sophisticated 8-bit game which involves a T-Rex (yes, all you Jurassic Park lovers, this is your Knight in shining armor) running after his life and dodging cacti on the way.

HYPOTHESIS:

The dinosaur in question is a Tyrannosaurus Rex – which has been a meme because of its short arms.

The dinosaur in Chrome signifies that the browser is unable to “reach out” to websites (due to its offline state). The users can play this game on their smartphones by tapping the screen and watching the Rex jump from the cacti or they can play it on their computers by pressing the Enter button. Simple, ain’t it?

Fun fact: Google has a personal T-Rex called Stan within their California headquarters just to prove your mettle.

Give it up for Google, as they once again prove the fact that nothing comes closer than their witty skills of humor!

A high level of intellect never harmed anyone.

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