In the celebration of this year's Wimbledon tournament, Google has added a hidden tennis game. Here's how to find and play it on the desktop or on your phone.
Google is famous for packaging Easter eggs hidden in their products. Each Android version has a hidden game or another type of hidden and fun element. For example, on Android Pie, you may discover the hidden logo P . There is a Flappy Bird clone hidden in Android Marshmallow. And recently we showed you how to play the hidden dinosaur game with Google (it's nothing new, but many people do not know). And then there is the hidden text adventure game to discover.
Now Google has added a fun tennis game to celebrate the Wimbledon tournament. Here we give a look at how to find and play.
Play the hidden tennis game with Google search
To start, open your browser and go to Google and type " Wimbledon Scores " in the search box and press Enter or click in the "Google Search" button.
When the results appear, you will find a purple box with the current scores in the navigation bar with different categories such as "Male Doubles and more". Click on one of the categories and drag all the way to the left. At the end of the categories, you will see a small tennis ball. Click on it to start the game.
When it loads, click on the "Start" button to start playing the game of tennis. You must use the arrow keys Left and Right to start the game and move your player to hit the ball. It's basically like Pong; Move to the left and to the right to hit the ball backwards.
If you lose the ball, the game ends, but you can restart it immediately.
It's a simple game, but it's interesting and it's always fun to find hidden gems with Google and Android. Similar to other Google Easter eggs, it works both on your desktop and on your phone. But it's much easier to play with your keyboard and not with your fingers.
It's not clear how long this will last since the Wimbledon tournament ends in a few days. But while you're at it, try some of the classic Google Easter eggs, like making Google roll or play the Pac-Man version of Google. Have fun, it's Friday after all!