If you are a fan of classic video games like Pong and spend many hours on the Internet, you may be interested to know that the most famous browsers hide mini-games with which to spend time. Beyond the legendary dinosaur game that visits us every time the connection fails, each of these browsers houses its small playful entertainment area.
Microsoft Edge Chromium invites us to surf with this version of the legendary SkiFree. To play it, you just have to have the browser updated to its latest version and write “edge: // surf” in the address bar. This minigame has different ways for us to hang out among its digital waves.
Google Chrome hides the aforementioned dinosaur game. A sequence in which we will handle a cute dinosaur that must jump over obstacles to advance. The game appears to us automatically when Google fails to load the page. It can be accessed using the “chrome: // dino” address.
Mozilla Firefox is the most classic option of all, as it takes us back to the mythical Pong, although it is not so easy to find. To unlock it you need to right-click on the toolbar and select “customize” and drag all the icons to the dropdown menu. The “flexible space” that remains on the screen will give us access to the game, serving in turn as the block that we will use to bounce the ball, or rather, the unicorn.
And if you are a fan of the classic Pong, recently we could see a converted version for PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch called PONG Quest. It is a new conception of the Atari classic with role play overtones.