Fun Google Secrets – Part 2

Fun Google Secrets – Part 2


Oh man, time flies so fast. It’s been almost a full year since I uploaded my Google easter eggs video, which quite a few people took the time to watch. Of course, that video doesn’t include all
the Easter eggs you could possibly find, and in the meantime I’ve had the
opportunity to play around with some other ones. So, I thought, “Why not share
them with you guys?” For example, here’s one: if you search for “Bletchley Park”,
you’ll get its name decoded in the knowledge graph which is a knowledge
base that Google uses to enhance its search engines results with semantic
search information. Bletchley Park was the central site for British
code-breakers during World War Two and nowadays, it’s open to visitors as a
museum. In case you haven’t noticed intro’s over. These are fun Google secrets
Part 2. If you type is “Is Google down” in the search box or ask it via voice search,
Google will answer with a simple “No”. that is unless it really is. Type
Conway’s Game of Life in the search box, hit enter, and the search engine will
generate a running configuration of the game. The game of life is a zero player
game that is determined by its initial state, and requires absolutely no further
input if you search for the word “kerning” Google will add spaces between the
letters of that word in the results. Google can also give you random fun
facts. Just tell it you’re feeling curious, or simply type “fun facts” in the
search box, hit enter, and you’ll get one on the top of the results. For more fun
facts, just click on “ask another question,” and feed your curiosity as much as you
please. Google knows quite a lot. For example, it
knows what sound a zebra makes. Replace “zebra” with the name of another animal
and find out what other animals sounds Google knows. And by the way, it appears
that as of now, it doesn’t know what sound of fox makes, but you can ask it,
“What does the Fox say?” for a whole different kind of answer. “wha pop pop
pop pop pop pow.” If you’re up for something a bit more interactive, type
“spinner” in the search box and hit “enter.” You’ll get a spinning wheel that you can,
well, spin. You can also adjust the amount of numbers on the wheel by clicking on
this drop down menu. Speaking of spinning objects, you can also play a game of
dreidel. Simply tell Google to “play dreidel” through the search box, or via
voice search. One of my personal favorites is the Super Mario Easter Egg
I showed you guys in my initial “Fun Google Secrets” video. Here’s something
kind of similar. If you search for “Sonic the Hedgehog,” you’ll get a knowledge
graph with the popular Sega hero on it. Start clicking on him and see what
happens. Google has quite a few Easter eggs hidden in its calculator. A search
for “the loneliest number” will have the calculator display the number one. Same
will happen if you happen to ask Google about “the number of horns on a unicorn,”
but the really cool thing here is that you can actually calculate these results.
So if we say “loneliest number plus number of horns on a unicorn,” the
calculator will display the number 2, or 0 if we say minus instead of plus; pretty cool! Before we wrap up this video,
I’ll leave you guys with two more cool Google Easter eggs that you can have fun
playing with. First one is “Solitaire.” Type it in the search box, hit “enter,” and enjoy
a classic game in easy or hard mode. Once you’re done with that, try playing a
game of “Tic-Tac-Toe.” The game will probably start on medium difficulty, but
crank it up to impossible and see if you can beat the computer. In case you’re
asking yourself if it can actually be done, you can find a hint in the difficulty’s
name. But that would be all for this time. Of course Google has a lot more Easter
eggs hidden in it’s different services. But a video that holds the viewers’
attention can only be so long. So be sure to check out my first “Google Easter Eggs”
video, and in case you know some that I didn’t mention, be cool and share them in
the comments below. If you enjoyed this video, please leave a like and maybe
share it with your friends. For more content in the future, just hit that
little “subscribe” button and I will see you in the next one. Thanks for watching
and as always, stay strong. *Music plays* Captions by It’sRaZe’ Bro

100 thoughts on “Fun Google Secrets – Part 2

  1. Say Ok Google, do you have any Easter Eggs? Also What's your favorite actor? Also like any question you can think there's an answer.

  2. Here’s another one, type full screen mario and then click the first one. Then boom, you’re in super mario bros, the first game in the line of games.

  3. Two easter eggs:

    1: On the mario block easter egg, if you click it enough times, it plays the extra life audio from the Mario Games
    2: If you search "Thanos", there is the infinity gauntlet, if you click it, half of the search results disappear.

  4. You can also play Snake, Minesweeper, and PAC-MAN by typing their respective names in the search bar. In the PAC-MAN game, rather than the classic maze, our pizza shaped ever-hungry protagonist “waka-waka’s” his way through a “Google” shaped labyrinth.

  5. Now there is the infinity gauntlet if you search up thanos and also there is a pac-man game if you search up pac man

  6. easter egg: if oyu enter thanos in google you will get the infinity gauntlet just click on it and ur words on ur page will disappear

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