7 games you can play on Google

7 games you can play on Google

There are many games on the Internet that you can play in your browser. However, you don’t need to look for an online gaming website. There are some simple, fun games that you can play right from the Google home page. Remember them!

Google Snake

The classic Snake game that you may remember from old smartphones is available to play on Google.

The concept is simple: you control a snake on a grid using the arrow keys. Apples appear in random places and your task is to eat them. Every time you eat an apple, the snake grows longer. The game ends if you touch the border or your own tail.

Google Pac-Man

One of the most famous arcade games of all time is available to play right on Google.

Just use the arrow keys to move Pac-Man, absorbing dots and fruits while avoiding ghosts. Stay alive as long as possible to get a high score.

Google Minesweeper

You no longer need an old version of Microsoft Windows to play Minesweeper (it’s no longer available anyway).

Minesweeper, often described as “sudoku with explosions”, involves traversing cells while avoiding cells that have bombs underneath them. If you find the bomb, it’s game over.

Google Solitaire

As for classic Windows games, you can also play Google Solitaire.

The goal of this one-player card game is to clear all cards from the table. You do this by stacking the cards in numerical order from ace to king. When you have all 13 cards, they can be removed.

Google Tic-Tac-Toe

Tick-tac-toe, also known as tic-tac-toe and Xs and Os, was played as far back as ancient Egypt around 1300 BC. Then they played checkers in their notebooks. Now just enter “tic-tac-toe” in Google search. Miracles never cease.

Google Memory Game

Looking for a game that will test your brain? Try Google’s music memory game.

You need to remember the sequence of sounds made by four sea creatures. It starts with one sound, then adds one more each round. See how much you can remember before you get lost.

Dino Run (Chrome)

Okay, so it’s not technically a Google game, but it can be played directly in the Chrome browser, even if you’re not connected to the Internet.

In fact, Dino Run was created for this very purpose: something to do when there is no Internet. If not, go to chrome://dino/ and start jumping.

Google Doodle Games

The games mentioned above can be played by simply searching for their titles on google.com. However, there are a number of other games.

Periodically, Google puts games on its home page for special occasions. All these games are archived and you can still play them after they are removed from the homepage. Visit doodles.google to learn more.

Also read about 10 great Game Pass games for Xbox on ProIT.

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