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11 Hidden Google Games for You to Play

In this guide, we'll list 11 of the best hidden Google games for you to play

Google’s repertoire of hidden games and Easter eggs stretches across all its platforms – from Google Search to Assistant and the Google Android app.

These games are free and can be a great way to escape stress. In this guide, we’ll list 11 of the best hidden Google games for you to play.

1. Champion Island Games

Champion Island Games is one of the most in-depth secret Google Search games. It’s pretty much a condensed form of an old-school RPG.

The cinematic intro is wonderful! This Doodle was initially launched to commemorate the Tokyo Olympics in 2020 but was re-released at the start of the Paralympics with extra side-quests and secrets to discover.

2. Flight Simulator

11 Hidden Google Games for You to Play

Flight Simulator is a hidden game in Google Earth that lets you fly a virtual jet across the sky. Go to Google Earth and download the Google Earth software to your computer to become a virtual pilot.

With this game, You can choose the kind of airplane you want to fly. Then, decide on a departure airport.

3. Tic-Tac-Toe

11 Hidden Google Games for You to Play

Tic Tac Toe is believed to have existed for thousands of years. And here it is on Google by simply typing “tic tac toe” into the search engine.

Sure, there are only so many possible outcomes in this game, and it’s not too hard to reach a point where you can neither win nor lose, but it’s an excellent easy way to waste some time and solve some disputes.

4. Smarty Pins

Smarty Pins provides questions about places around the world. You answer by placing a marker on Google Maps.

Once you are on the website, the first step is to choose a subject. These include Arts and Culture, Science and Geography, Entertainment, and more.

5. Stadia Pro Free Trial

The two-month trial of Google’s cloud gaming platform is a steal. Provided you have a good Internet connection, you can stream games for free, including Destiny 2, Metro Exodus, and the Serious Sam Collection, right from your browser.

You don’t need a powerful PC to play these games because Google’s servers and stream power them to you via HD video. You can then play them directly through your browser or a phone app.

6. Atari Breakout

Google lets you play the classic arcade game Atari Breakout without needing to drop coins into a machine. Type “Atari Breakout” into Google Image Search. The game will appear, and you can start playing immediately.

7. Google Assistant Games

One of the best-kept secrets of Google’s AI assistant on Android is that it can direct you to a veritable treasure trove of games if you ask it the right question. To do this, open Google Assistant (OK, Google), then when it’s listening, say “Play game.”

Once you’ve done this, you’ll be able to choose from a fairly sizable list of games to play, including quizzes; word games; and rock, paper, scissors.

8. Pac-Man

11 Hidden Google Games for You to Play

This classic arcade game was re-created as a Google Doodle on May 21, 2010, to celebrate Pac-Man’s 30th birthday. You can play it by typing “Pac-Man Google Doodle” in Google search.

Click the Pac-Man Google Doodle result to play. You move the Pac-Man so it can eat the dots, and watch out for the destructive ghosts!

9. Basketball Game

This simple basketball game was released to celebrate the 2012 Summer Games and involves shooting hoops from various distances.

You have a limited amount of time to score as many points as possible, and as the game progresses, you have to throw from further and further away. You can find this game on Google Doodle Archive.

10. T-Rex

T-Rex is a game for offline play. Open Chrome on your Android device and search for “t-rex.” If you are not connected to the Internet, you can begin playing the T-Rex game.

Tap on the screen to have your T-Rex hop over barriers. You can remain playfully occupied as you wait for reconnection to the Internet!

11. Solitaire

11 Hidden Google Games for You to Play

Did you know you can play Solitaire on Google? The first game many of you will ever have played on a computer, the classic card-matcher, is available to play directly through Google Search.

Just type “solitaire” into Google Search and hit Enter.

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Diekola Yusuf
Diekola Yusufhttps://www.novabach.com
Founder & CEO of Novabach - Yusuf is a Tech enthusiast. Fascinated by Computers and all sorts of Technology. He writes news, updates, walkthroughs, guides, troubleshooting tips, and how-to tutorials on gadgets and consumer electronics.
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