For the gamers, who are surprising from Google in the form of Easter Eggs, then here is something good to enjoy their day with Google’s latest playable Easter Egg, effort to make searching a little fun.
Just type the “zerg rush” in Google search tool and see little O’s from the Google logo, start dropping from the top of the page, eat up all your ‘Zerg Rush’ search results.
Google’s new easter egg strategy is based on the famous game StarCraft, in which a Zerg player uses the Zergling rush, quickly builds a large number of units in the game, attcking the opponents off-guard and severely damage them, source said.
“The ‘Zerg’ race is notoriously known for its ability to mass-produce offensive units within a short time frame, thus allowing the player to overpower the opponent by sheer number,” the search giant said.
Clicking on the O’s – or zerglings – users can escape their search results from being eaten by this easter egg and gather into two, large G’s on the page.
At the end, after winning the fight, users can share their scores via Google+, company’s social network and enjoy the award with “G.G.”, code for ‘good game’.
The search giant has released a number of Easter Eggs from past years. And now this year, with little funky hidden treats of ‘O’s Easter eggs left by the Google coders, the company also released other famous easter eggs like “Tilt,” “Anagram”, “Do a Barrel Roll” or even the “Let it Snow.”