Your web Browser is full of secrets. I usually spend my time thinking about new features that I can unlock through pages like chrome: // flags and about: config, but it’s also nice to take a little break and play the hidden games that are among the most popular Browser.
Yes, your desktop browser is filled with hidden ones Games. Don’t crack your ankles and expect to squat for a while Civilization VI-like session – they are not The large. However, they are fun little time wasters. If nothing else, they are great to send to your friends if you want to impress them with your technical expertise.
Microsoft Edge Chromium: let’s surf
We love Edge Chromium as a browser. It also has the best hidden game from the mall: a summer version of the classic Ski freeor “How I spent my time in computer classes in grades 7 and 8.”
To access it, make sure you have updated your browser to the latest version (via the three-dot icon in the upper right corner> Help & Feedback> About Microsoft Edge). Then copy the following and paste the following into your address bar:
OK so it is Not SkiFree in the sense of “falling down a wintry mountain and being eaten by a yeti”, but the gameplay is identical. Choose a surfer and use the arrow keys on your keyboard (or WSAD) to move left and right (or increase your speed by pressing the down arrow a few times). If you pick up a green flash, Press “F” on your keyboard to speed yourself up. Zoom.
But that’s not all: Click the menu button in the top right corner of the game’s title screen – something I totally missed on my Ultrawide display at first – and you can play different modes: let’s surf (endless), time trial or an Olympic “zigzag” through special gates.
Is it fun? Absolutely. If nothing else, the nostalgia factor is worth a few minutes of surfing before you return to surfing.
Google Chrome: The Dinosaur Game
Typically You will see a screen from This game, if you lose your network connection and Chrome can’t load a page, you’ll get the classic message “ERR_INTERNET_DISCONNECTED” with a friendly dinosaur in a western setting.
However, you can too play This endless runner game by typing the following into your address bar:
You will receive the relevant error page. All you have to do to run is to press the spacebar. Your aim? Jump over the cacti. That’s it. To be honest, I miss the version the dinosaur might have in on a party hat, but that’s just me.
Mozilla Firefox: Pong
Why do you have to make it difficult, Mozilla? Firefox also includes a hidden game, but with Mozilla you work a lot harder to access it than the competition.
To unlock the game, right-click on your toolbar and select “Customize”. On the screen that appears, you want to drag each icon into your OverFlow menu, so you may only have the “Flexible Space” option on your main screen.
A unicorn symbol should then appear in the bottom row of the buttons:
Click it and you can play pong with the flexible spacebar, which acts as a block for that bounce … unicorns? We cannot make this up.