Procrastinate your to-do's with these internet games embedded in your search box

In our spare time, we always find room for the classic computer games we grew up with such as Solitaire and Tic-Tac-Toe. Now, instead of downloading an app to play them, Google offers them for free.

No data needed and no memory used. To kill time, just open your Google Chrome or search bar and look for Solitaire or Tic-Tac-Toe. The games will come out on top as a part of the search engine result page and will be clickable. Once you click it, Google will bring you the full version of the game. For instance, with Solitaire, a prompt will ask you whether you want to play an easy or hard level. With Tic-Tac-Toe, players will be asked for their preferred level of difficulty and also asked to play with other people.  With this service, Google proves that its search app can be more than just a library of information.

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