how to type the konami code in google hangouts
Not only on Android, but even Google search has Easter Eggs. Try searching the words “do a barrel roll” or “askew”. Hangouts’ Easter Eggs add fun and liven up the boring conversations in day to day life.
Here are some cool tricks you can enjoy on Google Hangouts:
Did you get angry or frustrated with the reply. Type /pitchforks. This will show the other one how much you are angry with them. This will send a group of people with fire lamps charging across the screen.
/roll1d3 to roll three-sided dice.
/roll3d6 to roll three dices.
/roll1d20 to get numbers from twenty-sided dice.
Google programmers love the Konami Code, which originally appeared in old school video games like Contra and Castlevania. You can tell how much they love it because they’ve included the special code in many services, including Google Hangouts. Leave your cursor open in Google Hangouts and click the following keys: Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A, and then hit Enter. This will change your background from dull white to a lively mountainside setting with green trees and blue skies.
The recommended age for this puzzle is 7 years and up, but it’s safe to say that this devilishly hard task is best left to professionals.
Google Hangouts makes keeping in touch with friends and colleagues an easy task. Use these tips to take those conversations to the next level.
Some of the programmers at Google like Dungeons & Dragons, and because of them, you can roll a twenty-sided die in a Hangouts chat. In reality, you can roll just about any type or combination of dice.
It must be wonderful to ring in the new year over and over and over. If you send happy new year, a fox and a duck will appear to help you celebrate, regardless of whether or not it’s actually New Year’s Eve or Day.
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