Well, thanks to Grant Robinson, I have a new time waster: Guess the Google. Guess the Google should be more properly named “Guess the keyword which resulted in these images being returned in a Google image search”, but I guess that was too long, and the acronym – GKWRTIBRGIS – too long to remember.
In any event, the premise is simple. Robinson’s game puts up a collage (some sites are calling it a “montage”, but we know what they meant) of 20 images on a 5×4 grid. These images are the results of a Google search on one keyword, and you have 20 seconds to guess what the keyword was.
It sounds simple, but I can attest to the fact that you can’t eat just one. I loaded it, and ages later, finally admitted that I needed to get on with things, and toted up my score and submitted it.
Some are easy to guess, as the image includes a word in the image which gives you a clue (or even the answer), but many are not so easy to guess, and it’s hecka fun.
You can play Guess the Google here.
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