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Google features secret text adventure game, Reddit post reveals

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Google users, let the games begin.

A Reddit post made headlines this week for uncovering a fun feature: a text adventure game inside the search engine.

“Found a crazy Easter egg,” the Redditor wrote on a Google subreddit Sept. 19 before revealing how to find the challenge.

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“Search for text adventure and open up the dev console,” the Reddit user explained. “It’s [sic] asks if you want to play a game.”

Sure enough, Google sleuths can find the game by looking up the phrase “text adventure.”

Users must right-click the search bar and select “Inspect” from a menu that pops up, USA Today notes. Then, they should look to the right of the page and choose “Console” from the top of menu.

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Once that’s complete, the challenge kicks off.

“Would you like to play a game? (yes/no)” Google asks in a message.

Daredevils who type “yes” then play a game where they are the G at the start of “Google.” Then they must find the rest of the letters by entering various single word commands.

Google has a terse reply if you type “no” and indicate you don’t want to play.

“Fine, be that way,” the search engine says.

https://www.foxnews.com/tech/google-secret-text-adventure-game-revealed-in-reddit-post

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