EVERYONE knows the guys at Google adore a good laugh. From their Apr Fools’ gags to their ever changing Google Doodle, they are constantly showing off their lighter-side.
But what other special tricks can the hunt engine do? Here’s how you can have some fun.
What tricks can Google do?
“Do a tub roll”
The term tub hurl refers to an aeroplane stratagem when the craft does a full 360 grade hurl in the air.
But not just planes do the rolls, form “do a tub roll” into Google and watch the screen spin.
“Flip a coin”
Need to settle something but don’t have a silver to hand? Your accessible hunt engine can help.
Type “flip a coin” into Google and it’ll “toss a coin” on your behalf.
Google the difference “askew” or “tilt” and Google will take you very literally.
Those jokers have slanted the whole screen so all your hunt results will demeanour somewhat off kilter.
A “zerg rush” is a tactic in the diversion Starcraft where you waylay a low-level organisation in the wish that the they will be impressed by the volume of the enemy.
If you hunt for “zerg rush” you’ll see a simple chronicle of the battle strategy with “Os” aggressive the difference on the screen.
You can click on any “O” 3 times to kill it but as they come from all angles you’re really fighting a losing battle.
What was the Christmas Google Easter egg last year?
If you searched for “12 days of Christmas” – or any other Christmas-related term – the site was remade into a gratifying scene.
The Christmas thesis combined a immature ensign to the top of the page with a limit of tea lights.
Also featured on the appearance design were candy canes, a gingerbread man, a gingerbread house, cookies, candles, a potion of divert and a sprig of holly.