Google Added To Play Solitaire And Tic Tac Toe In Search Results

Google Added To Play Solitaire And Tic Tac Toe In Search Results

Google Added To Play Solitaire And Tic Tac Toe In Search Results

With weekend approaching and last working day to get through, we might find Google's newest addition to its search results delightful. The search giant has just added two classic games Solitaire and Tic Tac Toe right into its search results and appears to be tempting you to take a fun detour from our research work though you are at work.

Users can head over to and type in either “Solitaire” or “Tic Tac Toe” into the search box, and the results will increase to contain a browser-based version of the game. 

The feature is presented through the desktop and Google mobile apps — anyone searching for the keywords “solitaire” or “tic-tac-toe” will see the usual search results, but featured highly alongside them we’ll also now see a “tap to play” choice that whisks we off to play the game.

Google is no visitor to hiding so-called “Easter eggs” in its products, within Search — for example, last year it had a surprise to mark the anniversary of Super M\ario. Additionally, Google now lets you play some games within Search, including Pac-Man.

The declaration also involved the following animated image to display how Google’s Tic-Tac-Toe game works.

All we have to do in order to play these games is search either 'Solitaire' or 'Tic Tac Toe' in Google Search. On the top of other search results, now we will see the choice to play the game right away. In the case of Solitaire, we will get to select from two options in terms of difficulty, i.e. Easy and Hard, while in the case of Tic Tac Toe, apart from the difficulty options, we also get the choice to play against our friend locally.   

Both new games are now rolling out to all users, so if it doesn’t work right away then we can suppose it to show up soon.

It is not the first time that Google has more an extra value option to its search results as the site already permits us to hear the sounds that many animals directly from its search results. For example, if we search "what sound does a pig make", we will get the option to hear the sound of 'oink' without being relayed to another website.

With an addition of these games, Google Search appears to be heading in a direction to become a hub where the most basic apps are presented to you without having to head to other websites.

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