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Other recent Google Easter Eggs included their ZergRush shootout game, the Let It Snow search results snow storm, and the Barrel Roll. Google is having a bit of fun with their new Knowledge Graph feature.
ZergRush debuted last week, a game where users are tasked with defending the search results. For Level 4, you find yourself in London trying to find your way to Big Ben during rush hour. First there was Google Play.
Type "zergrush" (without the quotes) on Google to discover a new Google Easter egg that turns your search results page turn into a shootout against red and yellow zeroes, plunking down and around the page to devour the user’s search results.