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Google hacks you should try out now that actually work part 2

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Did you know that by searching for certain keywords and phrases in Google you can make it do tricks? Here are fun hacks that you can try on Google right away. 

Some involve the I’m Feeling Lucky button, which we’ve hardly ever pressed before.  It is a google extension. You can add here.

Go Google!

1. Barrel Roll

Type ‘Do a barrel roll‘ and hit enter or click search, and watch it roll! 

Google hacks you should try out now that actually work part 2

2. Google Askew Trick

Type ‘askew‘ and hit enter or click search.

Google hacks you should try out now that actually work part 2

3. Google Gravity

Type in ‘Google gravity‘ then click I’m Feeling Lucky. Watch it drop! 

Google hacks you should try out now that actually work part 2

4. Google Pacman

Type ‘Google Pacman‘ and hit I’m Feeling Lucky. Then click Insert Coin and you’re playing Pacman! Eat all of the circles and avoid the ghosts. 

Google hacks you should try out now that actually work part 2

 5. Thanos Glove

If you ever wanted to know what Google would look like after the fingers of the Infinity Gauntlet snapped, just type Thanos into Google and click on the glove to see a Marvel-lous transformation.

Google hacks you should try out now that actually work part 2

6. Talk like a pirate with Google Language

Argh, me hearties! Fancy sailing across the 7 seas of Google? If so, all you have to do is change the language in Google Accounts to Pirate and you’ll be ready to set sail in no time. Just make sure you don’t end up walking the plank!

Google hacks you should try out now that actually work part 2

7. Snake game

Type ‘Google Snake Game‘, hit enter, then click the top result. Press play then use the arrows to move the snake.

Google hacks you should try out now that actually work part 2

8. Google Earth Flight Simulator

You need to have Google Earth installed, which is free and easy. Once you’re in there, open Tools then click Enter Flight Simulator. Pick a location then start flying!

Google hacks you should try out now that actually work part 2

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