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Google now lets you play solitaire and tic-tac-toe-search results

With weekend impending and last working day to get through, one may find Google’s new addition to its search results pleasant. The search giant has simply added two classic games Solitaire and Tic Tac Toe directly into its search results and appears to be enticing users to take a fun from the hectic research work while at work.
All that is required to do in order to play these games is hunt either ‘Solitaire’ or ‘Tic Tac Toe’ in Google Search. On the upper of other search results, it will now be seen the option to play the game directly. In case of Solitaire, player need to choose from two options about difficulty, i.e. Easy and Hard, while for Tic Tac Toe, separately from the difficulty options, player also acquire the option to play against your friend nearby. Google also added its logo to the back of the cards — simple in case you forgot where you were really playing. Each game permits the player to select the difficulty level, and with tic-tac-toe, player can also play against another player present next to him/her. The company also involved the feature to flip a coin by typing in “coin flip.”

These games have been supplemented to both mobile and desktop forms of the search results and the interface of the games seems very simple as well as appealingly pleasing. The games seem to support most browsers. It is not the first time that Google has added an additional utility option to its search results as the site previously allows you to hear the sounds that different animals directly through its search results. For example, if you search “what sound does a pig make”, you will obtain the option to hear the sound of ‘oink’ without being readdressed to another website.

Playing Solitaire in Google Search:

Google’s take on Solitaire seems to be an attractive basic version of the classic; however it could prove to be a nice source of better entertainment for those observing to kill a slight time. For instance, enter in “solitaire” into the search box, and the game will pop up in form of card in the search results. Tap it, and player will be taken to a full-screen version of the game, where player can opt the difficulty level in advance of gameplay. The cards focus little Google logos on them, and there are some fundamental settings to use such as turning off the sound, undoing the last move, or resuming the game when there are out of moves.
Playing Tic–Tac-Toe in Google Search:
The Tic-Tac-Toe game, on the other side, has both single and two-player means. Solo players can even select the level of difficulty they wish to play at. If one Google for “tic-tac-toe” or “tic tac toe,” a playable game will be seen in a card directly in the search results. Player can regulate the three settings that are Easy, Medium or Impossible. Player can also play against another player and select whether you’re “X’s” or “O’s.” In the meantime, Google will retain track of the score across rounds.


Surely, there is no lack of websites and apps with these games, but including them in Google does save a minute of searching and will not take up valuable storage space on the phone if player is concerned about running out. It’s an exciting experiment in turning Google’s search app into something higher than a utility for retrieving information.