Google Tricks: Do a Barrel Roll 100 Times, Do a Barrel Roll Ten Times

How to do “Do a Barrel Roll 100 Times”, we will explain.


Easter eggs are a central part of the Easter celebrations. And even on  Google  , Easter Eggs are part of numerous products (not only on holidays). One of the best known is the Chrome Dino. It appears in the  Google browser when there is no internet connection and has been taking users into a classic jump ‘n’ run game since 2014.

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The best tricks for Google Search, Maps & Assistant

 The developers have also hidden cool Easter eggs in the search, in  maps and in the assistant. We are now showing some of these tricks that you can use to make an impression on friends.

Easter Eggs in Google Search

  • Up-to-date (Suez Canal)
    Last week, the container ship “Ever Given” dominated the headlines worldwide and caused a lot of funny memes on the net. Now the Suez Canal is free for shipping again and Google is also celebrating this with an Easter Egg: All you have to do is enter “Suez Canal” or “Ever Given” in the Google search.
  • Games directly in the browser
    If you want to while away the time, you can use Google search to play Pacman, Snake, Solitaire, Minesweeper, Tic Tac Toe and Fidget Spinner directly in your browser.
  • Animal sounds
    How does a zebra actually do? And how does a giraffe sound? With the search term “animal noises” there is a selection of 65 animals whose sounds can be played.


  • Do A Barrel Roll 100 Times
    If you want to see what it looks like when Google does a complete roll, you should enter “do a barrel roll 100 times” in the search bar.
  • Slate screen
    kink in optics? When you enter “askew” (English for “askew”), the search screen tilts to the right.
  • 42
    fans of the SciFi classic “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” by Douglas Adams will understand: The result of the search for “the answer to life, the universe and everything” is simply: 42.
  • Conway’s Game of Life
    If you search for “Conway’s Game of Life”, a two-dimensional simulation of a mathematical system developed by John Horton Conway in 1970 starts in the upper right corner of the Google search results page.
  • Decision-making
    aid If you need a quick decision, but don’t have a coin at hand, you just have to type in “toss a coin” into the Google search and let chance decide.
  • For Friends fans
    On the occasion of the 25th birthday of the cult TV series “Friends”, Google has hidden items for fans in the search: If the user searches for the series names of the main characters (e.g. Joey Tribbiani, Phoebe Buffay or Ross Geller), you can find a symbol in the associated Knowledge Graph. If you click on it, you will find the characters of the show in it.

Also read: Time lapse in Google Earth shows how places change over the years

Do A Barrel Roll 100 Times, Easter Eggs in Google Maps

  • Dr. Who’s time machine
    Who still remembers Dr. Who? The Tardis in London can be found here on Google Maps . Users who navigate just before the Tardis with the movement arrow can enter and discover surprises.
  • Play Snake in Google Maps
    The classic mini-game Snake cannot only be played in the browser. This also works within Google Maps. All you have to do is go to the following link: Works for Android and iOS smartphones as well as on the desktop.
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The best tricks for Google Search, Maps & Assistant

  • The world from above look
    through space hover and look at the world from above – that can not only astronauts, but also users when they zoom out very far on Google Maps (or here click). A trip to different planets is also possible.

Easter eggs in the Google Assistant, Do A Barrel Roll 100 Times

  • Birthday
    song If you want to surprise someone with a birthday song, but prefer not to sing yourself, you can use the Google Assistant. The voice assistant does this: “Hey Google, sing Happy Birthday”.
  • Personal superpower
    Which superhero are you? Google’s voice assistant tells its users by assigning a super power to “Hey Google, give me a super power”.
  • Always the right beat Fancy
    a bit of music? “Hey Google, can you beatbox?” Delivers full beats from the “master” Samy Deluxe.
  • To the football professional in seconds
    For everyone who would like to have a say in football but have little idea about offside and 10e: Simply say: “Ok Google, tell me how I can have a say in football” and the assistant provides the user with facts to show off. 
  • Laughs in between
    What hardly anyone knows – the Google Assistant is ticklish. This can be checked by saying “Hey Google, tickle, tickle”. 


“Real” digital Easter egg, Do A Barrel Roll 100 Times

Finally, it should be said that there is also a “real” digital Easter egg on Google. It was visualized  in 3D by entering a formula

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