Easter Eggs Wiki

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Do a barrel roll[]

Searching this will cause the google page to literally do a barrel roll.


This will make the webpage fall down, including the contents, where it will collect at the bottom of the page.


Ask Google the "answer to life the universe and everything" and it will give the answer "42".

This is a tribute to the book, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.


Search for "anagram" and one of the first messages shown will be "Did you mean: nag a ram?" which is, itself, an anagram.

Also, try searching "define anagram" and the first meesage will display "Did you mean: nerd fame again" which is an anagram of "define anagram".

Atari Breakout[]

On Google's image search, search for "atari breakout" and the page will change so you can play the game.

Bacon number[]

A popular theory - "six degrees of separation" - postulates that everyone is separated by no more than six degrees due to our connections. This simple tool takes it one step further and allows users to determine the "six degrees of Kevin Bacon", or how many connections any actor/actress has to Kevin Bacon.

Simply input "bacon number" followed by the name of any actor or actress to get a number and explanation. This also works for people who aren't necessarily actors but had cameos.

Barrel roll[]

Do one of the following:

The end result is the search page will spin on the screen.

Conway's Game of Life[]

Search for "conway's game of life" and "cells" will appear at both sides of the page, appearing to multiply. A small interface to the right allows users to play and pause the sequence; it will also show how much time has advanced and the "population".

The Game of Life, also known simply as Life, is a cellular automaton devised by the British mathematician John Horton Conway in 1970. The "game" is a zero-player game, meaning that its evolution is determined by its initial state, requiring no further input.


Turn off your internet on Chrome and it will show a picture with a dinosaur and No Internet; after that, press space to start the game.

Google in 1998[]

When you search "Google in 1998", the search page will turn into its original design in 1998.


There are couple of hidden search interfaces for Google:

The Loneliest Number[]

Searching for "the loneliest number" gives a result of "1".

This is a nod to the song by the same name by Three Dog Night.


Searching for "recursion" will, in fact, offer the message "Did you mean: recursion?"

(Recursion occurs when a thing is defined in terms of itself.)


Search for "askew" and the search page will be slightly tilted.

Zerg Rush[]

Search for "zerg rush" and the search page will be assaulted by the Google "o"s, starting from the top of the screen. Each time the advancing line comes to a link, it will destroy it in a jumble of letters before moving on.

This is a nod to the Blizzard Entertainment game StarCraft.

Fishing Man[]

Search for a big bunch of random numbers there will be a fishing game.


Search for wordle and note the Google logo changing into a wordle.