GOOGLE may be the most popular search engine in the world, but what many people don't know, is that it's also great for playing games.
These mini-games are good for passing time – and some can even be played without an internet connection.
Here are some games you can try out right now.
Pac-Man launched in 1980 and shortly after, it became an arcade staple.
However, you don't need to leave the house to play this game today – you can simply access it on Google.
All you have to do is type "Pac-Man" into Search and click "play".
Google will play a game of Tic-Tac-Toe against you if you're up for the challenge.
All you need to do is type "Tic-Tac-Toe" into search.
It may be harder to win than you think.
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Solitaire is perhaps one of the most popular computer card games ever.
But did you know you can play it on Google?
Just type “Solitaire” into Google Search and hit enter.
Google Chrome has a secret game that only works if you turn the internet off.
Dubbed Dino Runner, the game comprises an endless runner design that sees you sprinting and hopping over obstacles to earn a high score.
It's designed to give phone and laptop users something to do when the WiFi is down.
First, you need to lose access to both WiFi and mobile internet. Turn off your internet on a computer, or switch to Airplane Mode on a phone.
Then load up Google Chrome and try to launch a website – which should fail.
You'll then see a "No internet" page with a dinosaur at the top.
On a computer, simply press the space bar and the game will activate.
Then slam the space bar to jump over obstacles to earn a higher score
Snake had a cult following back in the 90s and Google Chrome is a great way to keep playing the addictive game.
Enter "play snake" into your Google Search bar and the game should pop up instantly.
Gaming fans may know Atari Breakout is renowned as an arcade classic.
It involves breaking colored blocks with a ball that you control with your space bar.
To play, type "Atari Breakout" into Google Search.