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Culture: Inforgraphic On Google’s Hidden Games

Check out this great infographic on Google’s Hidden Games, from the folks over at euroffice.co.uk.

If we’re honest, we have to admit that occasionally we kill a little time in the office. Some of us sneak a peek at the news, some of us plan our next holidays and some just gossip! But did you know that Google have hidden a number of Easter eggs across their products to revolutionise procrastination in the same way they’ve revolutionised search. These Easter eggs are some of the most addictive games you can find, designed to let you while away the minutes and (if you’re not careful) kill your productivity.

The guide below tells you how to find such hidden gems as Atari Breakout and Pac-Man (for the old-school gamers), a fiendishly difficult Flappy Droid game hidden in your Android phone, a simple but addictive platform game you can play in chrome when offline and some great games hidden in Google Maps and Google Earth.

 

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