+ Sunday March 24th, 2019

If you’re a fan of the Chrome browsers Dinosaur game, which sees you control a T-Rex running and jumping while your browser is offline then you’ll be pleased to know you can also play when you’re online.

The game can be accessed while using the chrome://dino URL, which brings up the familiar game and it handles just like normal.

The game was first introduced in Chrome back in September 2014, and has seen a couple of updates since its inception. The game is pretty basic, you run along jumping various sized cactus with the game getting faster every 100 points you rack up. Flying pterodactyls appear at the 500 point mark, and you get to experience night mode every 700 points.

It’s a great little game that’s built-in to Chrome and if you’re bored, you can play it on desktop or mobile using the dino URL, check it out now.

What’s your highest score on Chrome Dino?

Daniel Tyson  


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I wish Chrome would save the high scores!

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