A special surprise from Google for the 15th anniversary of Minecraft!

A special surprise from Google for the 15th anniversary of Minecraft!
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In honor of Minecraft’s 15th anniversary, Google has something special in store for its users. The Google Minecraft surprise is here.

The game Minecraft, which debuted on May 17, 2009, under the moniker “Cave Game,” is getting ready to celebrate its 15th birthday. As the community of Minecraft gets ready for its fifteenth anniversary, Google has chosen to participate in the festivities by hosting an unexpected event. Now, you might find something unexpected if you Google Minecraft. This is Google’s unique surprise for Minecraft’s 15th anniversary.

For fifteen years, nearly every player has played Minecraft at least once, and the game has a sizable fan base. It appears that Google also made the decision to seize the chance to lighten the mood for the consumers. When you search for Minecraft on Google, a grass block appears at the bottom of the results. This is what occurs when the block is hit.

If you type Minecraft into the Google search tab right now, a grass block will appear at the bottom of the page. When you press the block shown in the photo below, Google will switch to a new mode where you transform into Steve.

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After then, the game’s cursor icon and Steve’s arm will appear on the screen. Now, the Minecraft world will start to seem broken when you click on the locations in the search page’s results area. As you continue to dig down the page, you will be able to reach the mine, just as in the game. You can start with a wooden pickaxe and upgrade your pickaxe in accordance with your tree-breaking progress. Additionally, the digging time here changes according on the item you have, much like in the game.

Digging deeper into the page reveals more information about TNT, Nether, and various mines. The dirt and stones that show up on the screen can also be dug up. New caves open up as you dig mines, allowing you to have a better view of the Minecraft universe. The number of blocks that you have shattered overall is displayed at the bottom left of the screen.

The entertaining feature that Google prepared has no more information. So, how did you find Google’s surprise Minecraft 15th anniversary celebration? You can leave a remark with your ideas.

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