We all love a good, elaborate Easter egg, and Google has gained a reputation for laying those around consistently over the years. The most recent one is an old-school text-based adventure game that you can play in the developer console of your browser.
Discovered by a Reddit user attempt_number_1, the game can be accessed by entering the developer console after searching for “text adventure” or “text game.” It seems to work on most of Google’s regional domains as long as you choose the English-language interface. To initialize it, you need to press Ctrl+Shift+J (Cmd+Option+J for Mac users) on the search results page. The game also works on Firefox, Microsoft Edge, and, presumably, on all Chromium-based browsers.
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