On my previous post, I’ve shown you some tips on how you can easily find what you’re looking for in Google. And today, I’m going to show you some funny and amazing tricks that you can do with Google. Most of these tricks use the very famous “I’m Feeling Lucky Button”.
Note: To do most of the tricks below, you must turn off Instant Search first.
Funny and Amazing Google Tricks:
1. Google Gravity
With this cool trick, you’re going to see Google logo and other stuffs on the Google homepage falling down to the bottom of the browser.
To do this trick, just visit Google Gravity or go to Google.com and type in Google Gravity then click I’m Feeling Lucky button.
2. Epic Google
Want to make the font size of the Google homepage excessively bigger? To do so, just go to Google.com, type Epic Google and click I’m Feeling Lucky button.
3. Weenie Google
This is the opposite of Epic Google. To try this trick, just go to Google.com, type Weenie Google and click I’m Feeling Lucky button.
Google homepage written in backwards (Google Mirror). To do this trick, just go to Google.com and type in Elgoog then click I’m Feeling Lucky button.
5. Find Chuck Norris
- Go to Google.com
- Type in “find Chak Noris”
- Click I’m Feeling Lucky button
To do this trick, go to Google.com and type in French Military Victories. Now click I’m Feeling Lucky button and look at the question Did you mean.
7. Google Hacker
Have you ever wondered what will happen to Google homepage if it gets hacked? Try this trick to see the hacked version of Google.
- Go to Google.com
- Type in Google Hacker and click I’m Feeling Lucky button.
I never thought that the Jejemon language has already spread all over the world. I thought it’s just here in the Philippines.
8. Play PacMan on Google
I’m sure most of you are already familiar with this trick but for the benefit of our other friends, I’m going to show you how you can play PacMan on Google (single or multiplayer mode).
- Go to http://www.google.com/pacman/
- If you want to play PacMan on single mode, click the Insert Coin button beside Google Search but if you want to play on multiplayer mode, click the Insert Coin button twice.
- Multiplayer mode controls: Arrow keys and A,S,D,W keys
9. Change background image
With this trick, you can add a custom background image on Google homepage. Find out how by clicking this link: Change Google homepage
10. Google’s different languages
11. Do a Barrel Roll
This trick has become trending in Twitter and even in Facebook! Among the Google tricks here, this one is my favorite! To see it in action, just go to Google.com and search for “Do a Barrel Roll” without the “”.
If you’re kinda lazy, just click this link and I’ll Google it for you.
Thanks to Sivleptcb for the heads up!
This one is another cool trick which is almost the same as the “Do a Barrel Roll”. Just go to Google and search for “tilt” without the “” to see it in action.
Again, if you’re feeling lazy, just click this link and I’ll Google it for you.
Thanks to Nutle for sending us this tip!
UPDATE: I just learned that aside from “tilt”, you can also use the word “askew” to get the same result.
13. Spam Recipe
Looking for some delicious recipes? Just go to your Gmail and then go to Spam to see the best “Spam Recipes”.
Open a Spread Sheet in Google Docs then press Shift+F12. See the message that will appear.
15. Google Sphere
To do this trick, just visit Google.com, type in Google Sphere then click the “I’m feeling lucky” button.
16. Zerg Rush
Go to Google.com and search for Zerg Rush and watch how the Os take over your page. Protect your search results from the invading Os (Google’s version of zerg from the popular game, Starcraft) by tapping on them!
There’s a score tabulator at the upper right side that tracks your your hit count, showing you how many Os you’ve defeated and your average rate per minute.
Once the game is over, the Os will slowly form into two Gs which stand for Good Game. You can then share your score to your Google+ account if you’re confident with it. Read the complete post.
17. Google Translate Beatboxing
If you think Google is just good in Easter eggs, then you’re wrong. With this awesome trick, you’ll be able to hear Google Translate beatboxing when you type this gibberish and press the listen button.
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