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Search Google has an Avengers Easter Egg, but it’s not for everyone

The Marvel movie, Avengers: Endgame, was one of the most talked about movies of recent months. With such popularity, it is virtually impossible that you have never heard of it. So the Mountain View company decided to launch a very interesting Easter Egg for fans of the Avengers saga.

However, it is important to note that it seems that this Easter Egg was not available to all users, or was only released for a limited time. In my case, I was not able to access the Easter Egg from Google Search on any of my smartphones. Still, if you’re an Avenger fan, I’d advise you to try it, because it seems to be very good.

Google Thanos Search

How to discover the Avengers Easter Egg in Google Search

If you’ve been one of the lucky ones to be able to access this little surprise in Google Search, just do a search for the word “Thanos”. In the search results you will find all the news and Wikipedia pages related to the Marvel supervillain, as well as a card at the top of the results.

In this card is present the wicked hand of Thanos, and to activate the Easter Egg just click on the hand. Once you do, all of the magic will begin. Similar to what happened in Avengers: Infinity War, you will see all the results fade before your eyes with various animations happening simultaneously.

In the end, there will only be left the Google header and the card where Thanos’s hand is present. Everything else … disintegrated completely. But, do not worry because the consequences are not permanent. To get all the search results back, you will not need to refresh the page. Instead, he clicks on Thanos’ hand again and everything will return to normal.

Google Thanos Search

As with all Easter Eggs, this also will not bring you any kind of extra functionality to Google Search. Its purpose is simply to amuse the millions of fans of the Avengers movie series. Even for users who are not fans of these films, the animation seems to be extremely well designed.

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