Top funny search engine tricks (updated)

Google Atari Breakout:

Go to this link (Google images) and type Atari Breakout and play it!

IP locator:

Bing wallpaper:

Bing mirror:

Funny logo:

Put Your Name on Google Logo

Google Gravity :

To do the above trick ,just write google gravity in google search box and switch to .”I’m Feeling lucky Button” and then search it.

elgooG (Google mirror):

To do the above trick just type the elgoog in the search engine with the “I’m Feeling lucky Button”

or visit

Pacman on Google:

You can play pacman game on google as well as control it with your keyboard . To play pacman game click
on the pacman on google above or text pacman google in google search box.


Type tilt in google search box and see what happends!

Epic Google:

It will increase the size of google each component bigger and bigger .Open, type Epic Google in the search box on I’m feeling Lucky button

Weenie Google:

This work opposite to epic Google .It decrease the size of each component smaller and smaller..Open, type Weenie Google in the search box on I’m feeling Lucky button

Rainbow Google:

To have a rainbow effect on type rainbow google inthe search box and see rainbow google.

Disappearing ‘oo’ in google:

This trick can use to show magic to others by disappearing oo from google. to do this click the above link , after that google search engine will appear to you then click on screen than after that after 3 sec. oo will diaappear

Dancing Google Logo:

Google in Black:

Google Moon:

Google Snake:

Play classical snake game

Google Guitar:

Google Underwater:

Google Terminal:

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Praveen Hanchinal

Praveen Hanchinal is an Educator, IT Consultant, Professional Speaker on Artificial Intelligence (AI, ML, DL), Cloud, Big Data, IoT (Internet of Things) and BlockChain. Have been working on AI, Cloud, Big Data, IoT technologies for 9.0 years. He is a Team Lead, Educator, IT Consultant, trains and gives talks on topics of his interest and educates people. Trained around 11000+ people which include teachers, students, industry professionals and government officials on recent technologies.

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