The Hidden T. Rex Game on Google Chrome

We can not connect you to the internet, so what? Don’t panic and till you connect back, set relax and play a game. This is actually what Google chromes comes with. It has turned the irking sign of dinosaur which means your connection is dropped; it converted into an interesting and a good time pass game. But hold on, this is literally the piece of time pass when there is no internet connection as it works only when the browser is offline also It remain completely hidden unless you know where to look.

It is an endless runner game, in which you attempt to survive as a cute T-Rex dinosaur by jumping over cacti And when for the champs it will track the progress with a high score count, including pings of celebration upon every 100 points you make. But your score will disappear as you refresh the page and try to get back the connection.

Although there are tricks so sample so that one can still enjoy it without waiting for its internet connection to drop. First Turn off your connection then open a new tab and load up a website. You’ll see the standard Network Error page, topped by the lonely T-Rex glyph. Here tap the space bar on your keyboard.

The lonely T-Rex at the top of the page will suddenly bounce. A stretch of land will appear before him. And then…he’ll start running. Like other endless runner games the goal is simple: run as far as you can, for as long as you can, until you crash. Keep mashing the space bar on your keyboard to help the T-Rex clear the conveyor belt of variously spaced, differently sized cacti.

The new error page was first spotted by Google open-source Chromium evangelist François Beaufort. Google describes Canary as the most bleeding-edge official version of Chrome and somewhat of a mix between Chrome dev and the Chromium snapshot builds. is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Read about our Affiliates Disclosure Policy here.