Play Hidden T-Rex game in offline Chrome

Google Chrome is an awesome web browser that I just absolutely love to use. Except for the fact that it is a memory hog (pretty much like almost any other browser with features these days), almost everything else has to go in favor of Google Chrome. But there are tricks up its sleeve as well. How many of you knew that there is a hidden T-Rex game in Google Chrome that you can play only when your are offline?

Note: You can play the Hidden T-Rex game online here.

How do you play the Hidden T-Rex game?

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Here’s a sample shot of the hidden T-Rex game in offline Chrome Source: omgchrome

On the face of it, it is a simple game that has a hidden T-Rex with a 8 bit look jump over fences to score points. It’s endless because the levels are dynamically generated by the JavaScript that runs it. The code is released by the Chromium Project and you can check it out simply by clicking on the view source of the page.

So there’s pretty much only one way to play it directly – go offline and play as long as you wish to. Best thing is that it works perfectly on mobile devices as well. This also goes for tablet devices. It does feel rather odd to play this hidden T-Rex game on such devices, but who cares when you can have some fun even when you are offline!

In Google Chrome itself, you can easily check the code of the entire project, make tweaks and create a fork of it if you wish to, with certain limitations. It has been launched using a BSD license. The restrictions are minimal, but you can check them out here.

So enjoy the game even when your are offline, the hidden T-Rex game might still save the day.

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