‘Thanos’ and other Google search Easter eggs you can try

Watch half your Google search results disappear when you click on the Infinity Gauntlet icon. — Google

In conjunction with the release of Avengers: Endgame, Google has a special Easter egg for users.

Search the term 'Thanos' on Google and click on the Infinity Gauntlet icon the right. The icon will animate into the Thanos infamous finger-snap that wiped out half the universe's population in the previous Avengers: Infinity War film. (Is that a spoiler for you? Too bad.)

Fortunately for users, the finger-snap on the Google browser will only eliminate half of the search results. So sit back and watch the results disintegrate into dust. Click on the Infinity Gauntlet icon again and the results will return.

Some users have shared what it's like to see the Thanos Easter Egg in action.

There are a number of other Easter eggs that users can find on Google. Search "Sonic the Hedgehog" and click on the Sonic icon to watch him spin. 

The term 'flip a coin' will lead users to a virtual coin that users can use to resolve, well, some issues that need coin flips in real life.

The same goes for the term 'breathing exercise'. A quick search will produce a one-minute breathing exercise animation for users to get some self-care.

Need something to learn something new? Search "I'm feeling curious" and the Google will produce a random fact.

Feeling nostalgic? Go back in time with "Google in 1998".

Look up "Earth Day quiz" to play a Which Animal Are You? quiz.

Another interesting Google Easter egg is a game hidden in image search. Look up 'Atari breakout' on Google Images and watch the search results combine to become blocks. Then the users will have themselves a playable Atari Breakout game. (This search doesn't work on mobile devices.)

Finally, try Googling "askew" to gain a new perspective in life. 
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