Google has four hidden games you’ve never noticed – enter these codes now


GOOGLE has three addictive games that you can unlock just by entering special codes.Even lifelong Googlers may have missed these cheeky Easter eggs.

Better still, they’re completely free to play.

Google is the world’s biggest search engine, a mammoth and essential tool used all around the world.

But its creators also bundle in plenty of fun tricks for users to unlock too.

First, open Google up in a web browser – and then try the codes below.

One fun game can be unlocked by typing in “Zerg Rush” into Google Search.

Click the top link and you should notice small circles taking over your screen and ‘eating’ away at your search results.

The idea of the game is to click all the circles to get rid of them before they take over the whole page.

The beloved Pacman games can be played easily on Google.

All you have to do is type “Pacman” into Search and click “Play”.

Google will play a game of Tic Tac Toe, also called noughts and crosses, against you.

All you need to do is type “Tic Tac Toe” into Search.

It may be harder to win than you think.

Snake had a cult following back in the 90s and Google Chrome is a great way to keep playing the addictive game.

This means whenever you search something through Chrome, it’s redirected to a ripoff page made to look like Google search.

Fraudsters can then sneakily earn money off the back of any purchases you make as an affiliate.

But crucially this is an invasion of privacy and could be used for much worse.

“At the end of the day, it’s not only affiliation fees being collected on your back, this is your privacy as well as your internet experience being compromised here, in ways that can target organizations by harvesting credentials and hijacking accounts and financial data,” Tal explained.

Just type in “play snake” to Google Search and the game will pop up.

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