+ Wednesday October 16th, 2019

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Losing your connection to the internet isn’t very fun, but it could be according to Chromium developers who’ve added a game into the latest Chromium Build.

Everyone who uses Chrome is by now, familiar with the T-Rex graphic who appears when you can’t reach the internet (get it? T-Rex has short arms, can’t reach much – can’t reach the internet!). But, there’s a new error in town for those running the Chromium build of the popular browser:

Well, the little T-Rex has now become the star of his very own game, which may make those times when you’re offline just a little more fun. The T-Rex can now take part in his won endless runner, where you can use the space key to jump obstacles as they appear and accumulate points – with a little notification going off for every 100 points you hit.

T-Rex game

It’s the sort of thing that would be great to share on G+, but sadly the game doesn’t cache your score, as soon as you refresh the page it’s reset. Still, an interesting easter egg nonetheless.

Source: François Beaufort.
Via: TheNextWeb.

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