As you are probably going to eat loads of sweets and chocolate eggs during the next days, you might want to have a look on these kind of Easter eggs that don’t cause a stomach ache. Fill your basket by collecting all Google Easter eggs.
Before you start: If you want to try the Easter eggs you need to change the language settings on Google into English.
Are you into fun facts? Then we got something for you. Search “fun facts” or “I’m feeling curious” and you will get a random piece of information, which you can refresh right on the page.
It’s play time!
Do you need a break from work? Type in “Solitaire” and distract yourself. Addiction guaranteed!
Decisions, decisions …
Do you need to make an important decision? Don’t trample your head. You might rather flip a coin. For a little decision aid search “Flip a coin”. If there are more than two options, type in “roll a dice” or “roll a die”.
Missed last year's Easter Eggs?
There is more. Last year we have already published the first article about the Google Easter eggs.
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