What Does Zerg Rush Do?


Do a Zerg rush right now?

Go Google “Zerg Rush” Right Now, Have Your Search Results Devoured. Google is rather fond of hiding little easter eggs in their search page, but today’s is a doozy. In an homage to Blizzard’s StarCraft series, if you search for “zerg rush” your screen will be filled with innumerable attackers that you must destroy.

What are Easter Eggs in Google?

The Complete Google Easter Eggs List That Will Make You Go Wow

  • The Answer to Life, the Universe and Everything.
  • Baker’s Dozen.
  • Bletchley Park.
  • Conway’s Game of Life.
  • Play Atari Breakout in Google Images.
  • Askew.
  • Flip a Coin.
  • Fun Facts.

What does Zerg Rush mean?

Zerg rush is an attack strategy that involves overwhelming an opponent with large numbers or ganging up on someone.

How do you play Google Zerg Rush?

Open your internet browser. Visit the google homepage. Type in “zerg rush.” Make sure that the search box isn’t selected. Click with your mouse and shoot all the o’s before they destroy everything!

Do a barrel roll now?

Type the phrase in Google, and the screen will tumble around (it’s a barrel roll, after all). The same thing happens if you search for “Z or R twice.” If you’re feeling lazy, you can simply click here and see the effect for yourself. Because it was built in HTML5, it doesn’t work on all browsers.

Do a barrel roll do a barrel roll?



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Make Google Do a Barrel Roll and 6 Other Crazy Tricks! – YouTube


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Do a barrel roll twice Z or R?

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What are Google secrets?

Here are 10 top best-hidden secrets of Google that you really need to know for fun!

  1. #1 Flip A Coin. What do you do when you have to make a difficult decision of choosing something between two options?
  2. #2 Roll A Dice.
  3. #3 Askew.
  4. #4 Zerg Rush.
  5. #5 Atari Breakout.
  6. #6 Google Pacman.
  7. #7 Google Gravity.
  8. #8 Do A Barrel Roll.

What can I type into Google for tricks?

Go Google!

  • Trick 1 – Barrel Roll. Type ‘Do a barrel roll’ and hit enter or click search, and watch it roll!
  • Trick 2 – Google Askew Trick. Type ‘Askew’ and hit enter or click search.
  • Trick 3 – Google Gravity.
  • Trick 4 – Zerg Rush.
  • Trick 5 – Sphere.
  • Trick 6 – Breakout.
  • Trick 7 – Google Pacman.

What is the Zerg?

Zerg. The Zerg are a race entirely unlike the Terrans or the Protoss. They are composed of many different species integrated into the Swarm via Zerg infestation. The Zerg make no use of technology to create their weapons, armor, or starships.

What does Zerg mean in WoW?

Zerg. Zerging in WoW is a term that now means attacking an enemy (or a group of enemies) with a far bigger group of weaker units (or, alternatively, to keep resurrecting and running back to the fight, creating the illusion of an endless number of units).

What are some Google tricks?

Best Google Fun Tricks List

  1. Do a barrel roll. One of the most popular fun Google trick is simply asking Google to do a barrel roll.
  2. Atari Breakout.
  3. Askew.
  4. Recursion.
  5. Google Gravity.
  6. Thanos.
  7. Anagram.
  8. Zerg Rush.

How do I activate Google Gravity?


  • Open a JavaScript-enabled desktop web browser.
  • Click the search bar.
  • Type google gravity into the search bar.
  • Click I’m Feeling Lucky.
  • Wait for the Google Gravity page to load.
  • Move your mouse cursor.

Do a ZZ roll?

You can also perform the same spinning motion when you do a Google search for “ZZ” or “RR”—a reference to Nintendo’s classic video game Star Fox 64. As Mashable notes, Peppy, the game’s veteran space pilot rabbit, tells hero Fox McCloud to “do a barrel roll” which the player does by pressing “Z” or “R” twice.

Does Google do mirror?

ElgooG, which is Google spelled backward, is a mirror image of the Google website. Depending on the browser you use, the search box types right to left, and the results display mostly backward. You can search for words either backward or forward, but typing them backward is more fun.