Digital Easter Egg Hunt
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Famous Google Easter Eggs

As you are probably going to eat loads of sweets and chocolate eggs during the next days, you might want to have look on these kind of Easter eggs that don’t cause a stomach ache. Fill your basket by collecting all Google easter eggs.

#1 Back in the good old days

Do you remember what Google looked like in 1998? For a little memory aid search for “google in 1998 ”. Get the easter egg

#2 Turn it upside down!

Type in “Do a barrel roll” and click on the link to see your screen flip around. Get the easter egg

3# Return of the 80's

Type "Atari Breakout" into Google and click the first search result entry to play the classic Atari Arcade game. Get the easter egg

Enjoy the treats and have a Happy Easter!


  • Thursday 13 April 2017

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