Google has just added two standard games Solitaire and Tic-Tac-Toe right into its search result.
Yesterday, along with declaration on the Official Google Blog, searches for “solitaire” or “tic-tac-toe” will send both games directly within desktop and mobile search result.
In the Google Search Box type in “solitaire” and game will pop up as a card in the search results. Click on it, and, you will be taken to a full-screen version of the game, after you can select your difficulty level (like Easy and Hard) of game play. The cards feature little Google logos on them, and in that some basic settings you can set, like turning off the sound, ruin your last move, or restarting the game when you are not moves.
Google has also announced its second game “tic-tac-toe” on the search result. it’s also allows you to pick the difficulty level .You also get the option play against another player( your friend) locally, choose whether you’re “X’s” or “O’s.” and Google will keep your scores across rounds.
In addition of games, Google also implemented some efficient tricks as well: type in Google search “what sound does a tiger make?”
Or if you’re looking to settle a bet and feeling lucky, “flip a coin” may come in handy.
These are just a sample of the pleasant surprises that wait for you on Google. After all, Search is for so much more than research and practical matters — it’s for fun, too!
Although in this games nothing is remarkable of themselves, It’s an interesting experiment in revolving .it’s just a provide a utility for accessing information into the Google’s search app.Google is also launched recently for the Rio Olympics at times as part of its interactive Google doodles.
A minor turn like putting games in search means that users –particularly mobile users –will turn to the Google search app at a time when a lot of the information we need is available elsewhere on our devices. Like Siri application in Apple, which can answer basic questions ,for case as well as in other standalone native applications. so these new games are fun-but they are not entirely without an hidden purpose.