Search “solitaire” to play the classic game.
Search “tic tac toe” to play a game against the Google computer or a friend.
Play a game of dreidel by searching “spin dreidel.”
Fans of Nintendo’s Star Fox 64 can search “do a barrel roll” and the page will spin 360 degrees.
Let Google flip a coin for you and make the big decisions by searching “flip a coin.”
Need to roll a die? Search “roll a die.”
Set the page askew by searching “askew” to see a slight shift in the page.
Searching “Super Mario Bros” and then click the coin block to see the coin pop up like the video game.
The same goes for searching “Sonic the Hedgehog.” Clicking on him will make him do his trademark spin and eventually turn him into his Super Sonic form.
Search “anagram” to get the anagram of anagram.
Do a search for “what sound does a dog make” and you can play that sound. There are other animals sounds to play as well.
Seinfeld fans can do a search for “Festivus” and a Festivus pole will show on the side of the page.
Search “fun fact” to see a random fact.
Doing a search for “google in 1998” will take you back to the good old days.
As a reference to the movie The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, searching “the answer to life, the universe, and everything” will bring up a calculator with the number 42.
In honor of Pacman’s 30th anniversary, google made the Easter egg allowing you play the game by searching “Pacman.”
Head over to Google Image Search and type “atari breakout” to turn the images into a game of Breakout.