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DID you know that Google Chrome has a hidden game waiting for you right at the time you need it?

Google loves packing “Easter Egg” surprises in its products.


Dinosaur Game appears whenever you have no connection

Take the special “pegman” changes that sometimes appear.

But Chrome has got something of its own.

And it’s called the Dinosaur Game.

It’s a super basic game and only appears when you have no connection.

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So next time your broadband goes down, maybe give it a go?

The aim is simple.

Jump a pixelated tyrannosaurus rex across a side-scrolling landscape for as long as you can while avoiding obstacles.

It gets faster the longer you go.

And the game will even keep a track of your high score.

To play the game, all you need to do is tap your space bar.

If you’re on a mobile device, just tap using your thumb.

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Of course, you don’t need to wait until your next internet crisis to play.

Flip your connection off, type any old web address, and voila, the Dinosaur Game will magically appear.

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