Google’s Hidden Games

How often during your working do you find yourself with some time to kill? It may not be best practice, or indeed very professional, but there are times when you catch up on social media, glance at the news or even take a look at holiday deals. In the past people played Solitaire when they had a few spare minutes, but today you can find more exciting and enthralling Easter Eggs that have been hidden across devices by Google.

Designed by Google to help you kill some time this guide gives an overview on where you can find these addictive games, including old school favourites Pac-Manand Atari Breakout located inside Google search and games that are hidden in Google Earth and Google Maps. We’ve also included Flappy Droid, and a T-Rex game that are hidden on your Android phone. There’s plenty of games to choose from, some more difficult than others, so we’ve also included a rating guide for their difficulty and addictiveness.

Take a look at the infographic below, we’re sure you’ll find it useful when you need to kill a few minutes, or more, at work. Seek out Google’s Hidden Games to while away some office time, just don’t get caught playing instead of working. To help you out the guide also includes the hot keys to instantly minimise your screen should you boss become suspicious and wonder what you’re doing!

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We hope you find the guide below interesting and don’t lose too much time playing Pac-Man!

Via Euro-office