The best Google games you can play with a simple search


There is a huge treasure trove of games on Google and gamers just need to know they exist so they can keep playing.

Google provides a multitude of services to its users with a number of interesting features. Along with Google Search, Google Assistant, and Google Maps, the tech giant also offers a number of games. Users don’t need to download or install any of the games, but just dig a little deeper to access them.

There is a huge treasure trove of games on Google and gamers just need to know they exist so they can keep playing.

Snake game: Remember when Nokia phones first launched and featured a game that saw a snake eat bars for points? Google “snake game” and it will automatically take you on a sweet nostalgic ride, complete with better visuals.

Locust: Google the Cricket Doodle archive and it will take you to a cricket game with good animations and controls. The game was first created in ICC Champions Trophy 2017 and it still exists for cricket lovers.

Text adventure: It will take you back to the 70s, a time before animated graphics and POV or roleplaying in games. Type the text adventure on your Google search engine and follow it by pressing Ctrl+Shift+I or Ctrl+Shift+J, both of which will take you to a console where you have to type “yes” for the game begin.

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Halloween: First published by Google as part of a doodle in 2016, the interactive game sees a cat from the Magic Cat Academy trying to save his friends from ghosts and spirits. Just search the Halloween doodle archives to locate the game. To play, you have to follow the instructions that appear on the screen and fire an array of spells to destroy the ghosts and progress through the levels.

Gnome: Published by Google Doodle in 2018, the interactive game is based on German garden gnomes. You have to catapult to launch the Gnome into the furthest field of the garden. The further the gnome is catapulted, the more flowers are planted and also gives the player more points.

T Rex: Perhaps the most popular Google Chrome game. The game is activated only when a user does not have an internet connection. Just press the space key in the “No Internet” tab to start the game. The game continues to gain speed as the levels progress and is quite fun.


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