Google Gravity is a Chrome extension that lets you activate Google in your browser. It uses the built-in functionality of Google Earth to let you explore the world from a new perspective, letting you turn gravity on and off at will. You can also choose to explore areas with zero or negative gravity, as well as some games. There are some limitations to the extension, but it’s still fun to use. You can turn Google Gravity on and off at will, or explore areas with zero or negative gravity.

What is Google Gravity and Gravity Google Tricks?

Google Gravity is a Google Doodle that allows you to play with your friends or family.

It’s a fun little game where you have to put the ball into one of the many holes on the board. The first person who makes it in all 20 holes wins!

You can play this game with anyone in your family, even grandparents and children. It’s great for kids as they’re still learning how to have fun together as a group, but it also helps adults get out of their workday blues by spending time together doing something relevant rather than sitting at home watching TV shows or playing video games all night long (which is what most people do these days).

Top Google Gravity Tricks & Easter Eggs

Here are some fun things you can do with Google Gravity:

  • Google Gravity Underwater
  • Google Gravity Mirror
  • Google Zero Gravity

Google Zero Gravity is a free app available on the Apple App Store and Google Play. It lets you play around with gravity in various ways! You can get stuck in one spot or move around freely, which makes it feel like being on Mars (or even better). If that sounds interesting to you, try out some of these other apps: Anti-Gravity (also free), Zerg Rush ($0.99), and Ball Pool ($2.99).

Google Gravity

Google Gravity is a fun game that you can play on your phone. It’s also known as a trick, an easter egg and even a prank!

You’ll need to download the app first before playing this game. Then open it up and tap “Start Game”. You will then be presented with two options: two dice rolls or one roll per level (which unlocks later). Once you’ve chosen which option you want to use, tap Start Roll!

Google Gravity

Google Gravity Underwater

Google Gravity Underwater is a game that gives you the ability to play games underwater and in pools. The game is available for both Android and iOS devices, but it’s not compatible yet with Windows Phone devices.

Google Gravity Under Water

Google Gravity Underwater is an app that lets you play with watery elements on your smartphone. You can create waves by touching the screen or just have fun creating some cool effects with raindrops and bubbles! The app also comes with a widget so all users will always have access from their home screen without any hassle whatsoever!

Google Gravity Mirror

Google Gravity Mirror is a Chrome extension that lets you mirror any website on your computer’s desktop. This is useful for making a mirrored version of the sites you visit, but also gives you an opportunity to test out new sites without having to download them onto your device.

Google Gravity Mirror

It also allows users with limited internet access or slow connections to have access to high-quality content without having to wait hours for pages to load or stare at ads while they try find what they need.

Google Gravity Space 

Google Gravity Space is a Google Gravity trick that lets you fly around the earth in space. To use it, simply click on either of these two links:

Google Gravity Space

  • The blue link will take you to space and allow you to move around freely
  • The black link will bring back your normal view of the earth

Google Zero Gravity 

Google Gravity is a fun and interactive way to play with the physics of the web. The idea is that you can move things around by dragging them over other objects. It’s a bit like playing with magnets, but more sophisticated and less violent!

Google Gravity is available as an extension for Google Chrome, or as a standalone application for MacOS X & Linux (32-bit).

Anti Gravity Google

Google Gravity is an application that allows you to control gravity in your device. It’s like having a magic wand, but instead of making things float or disappear, you can make them fall down!

Google Gravity Collapse

Google Gravity Collapse is a Google Chrome Experiment that lets you play with gravity in the Google search results page. The experiment is inspired by the game of billiards, where the balls are shot into a corner pocket.

Google Gravity collapse

To activate this experiment, open up your browser and click on this link: Once it loads, hit “Play” at the top right corner of your screen and wait for it to load completely (you’ll see some loading bars). Once it’s loaded up all its content and ready for use, click on any part of any webpage (including links within other sites) so that they fall down into their own little boxes labeled “Google Gravity Collapse.”

Google Gravity Ball Pool

Google Gravity Ball Pool is an interactive game that lets you play with a ball in the air. You can play alone or with a friend, and it even works on your phone if you have no one to play against! The game has three different modes: Normal Mode (where the object is to keep the ball in the air), Time Trial Mode (where there are no time limits), and Multiplayer Mode (where everyone can join).

Google Gravity Ball pool

To start playing, simply tap on any screen where something might happen if it were an actual pool table—like when someone hits their cue stick on an actual table. If there’s something happening at all times during gameplay, like when another person hits their cue stick against ours while we’re trying not to let go of ours ourselves–then that means they’ve beaten us!

Google Zerg Rush

Google Zerg Rush is a Google Gravity Game that you can play on any computer or mobile device. It is a game where you can control the Google Logo and make it run around the screen. You can make the logo jump, run and even fly!

You start by choosing your device: PC/Mac or Android phone (or other). Then download this app and sign in with your Gmail account. Once logged in, start playing! You can play the game in a variety of ways:

Google Zerg Rush

-Play as one time, where you play against a computer controlled Google Logo

-Play in multiplayer mode with one to five people (you can even add your friends who don-t have this app)

Google Gravity Sphere

Google Gravity Sphere is a fun and easy to use Google Gravity Tricks. You can use this trick to create a gravity sphere on the screen of your phone. It’s very simple and easy to do, just follow these steps:

  • Open Google Gravity Sphere App and tap on the “Create Sphere” button as shown below:
  • Now enter your name in the Name field or else click on the Select button (if you want to use another name then tap on the Select button)

Google Gravity Sphere

  • Select the Country where you live from the list provided by us (USA or Canada). It will appear under the Travel Mode section which means that it is ready for travel purposes only; if not then make sure that GPS is turned off before doing anything else because it may get stuck in some countries with zero signal strength

Google Loco

Google Loco is a Google Gravity Easter Egg that can be accessed by typing “loko” in the search bar. It will then show you a spinning globe with a loko bottle on it, which can be clicked on to make it spin around.

Google Loco

Google Guitar

  • Google Guitar is a fun trick that lets you play music on Google.
  • You can play the guitar by typing in the search box on Google.

Google Guitar

  • You can also use the Google Doodle guitar to play music.
  • It is a fun way to pass time and have some fun

Google Terminal

Google Terminal is a Google search engine that allows you to access an old-school terminal interface. It was created by Google in 2016 as a tribute to Unix, and it’s the first version of the program that can run on mobile devices like smartphones and tablets.

Google Terminal

Google has also released another version of this same software called “Google Slide.” This newer version lets users create slide decks for presentations using Google Slides instead of using PowerPoint or Keynote (which are both owned by Microsoft).

Google Barrel Roll

Google Barrel Roll is a simple but effective Google easter egg. It was first introduced in 2010, and it’s an example of a simple but effective Easter egg. If you want to search for something again and again, simply do this:

Google Barrel Roll

  • Type “Google” into the search box on your computer or phone
  • Hit enter (or click on the search button if you’re using an iOS device)

Google Tilt

Google tilt is a fun way to use Google Gravity and can be activated by tilting your phone. It’s a simple Easter egg but it’s also pretty useful.

Google Tilt

To activate Google Tilt:

  • On any Android device running 4.0 or higher, tap the “G” button in the bottom right corner of your screen (or press down on an iPhone). This will open up a menu with various options including “Tilt,” which will take you to another page with additional options like “Gravity.” If you’re using an iPhone 6s or newer, there are two versions of this app: one for iOS 7 and earlier versions of iOS 8 onward; another for iOS 8 onwards only!

Google Rainbow

Google Rainbow is a Google Doodle that was shown on the Google homepage on June 2, 2008, to celebrate Gay Pride Month. The rainbow-colored Google logo was first displayed on the Google Italy homepage on May 31, 2008.

Google Rainbow

The rainbow is often used as an LGBT symbol and has become a popular LGBT pride symbol internationally since its introduction in 1995 by Roddy Piper as part of his catchphrase “Wrestlecrap”. The phrase was later shortened into “Wrestlingcrap” which became popularized by wrestling commentator Jim Ross during his stint with WWE from 2000–2001 until he left for WCW where he continued calling matches until 2002 when he returned back to WWE after leaving again in 2005 due to issues with alcohol abuse (he went through rehab).

Weenie Google

Weenie Google is a variation of the classic game Snake. The objective of the game is to collect all the weenies and get as far as possible while avoiding being eaten by your opponent. You can also collect points by eating the weenies, but if you’re too slow or late, then you’ll lose them!

Weenie Google

The game has a leaderboard that shows your ranking on each level based on how many times you’ve played it, so be sure to play often enough so that your name appears at least once on this list!

EPIC Google

If you’re looking for an epic way to experience Google Gravity, then look no further. Here are a few options:

  • Google Gravity Underwater – This is the best way to experience the power of Google Gravity! You can use it with your friends or family (or both), and it’s great for parties and birthdays.

EPIC Google

  • Google Gravity Mirror – This is another fun option for people who want to play together but don’t know each other very well yet. It’s also great for parties because there are so many different ways that you can play with others using this app! The possibilities are endless when playing Earth vs Space games like “Gravity Ball Pool” or “Google Zero Gravity”.

Blackle (Black Google)

Blackle (Google Black Hole) is a Google search engine that looks like a black hole. It’s also known as the “Google Black Hole,” and, according to Stephen Hawking’s theory of black holes, it’s a metaphor for how you can lose yourself in your own thoughts when using Google Search.


Google Pacman Game

  • Google Pacman Game
  • Play Pacman
  • Google Pacman
  • Google Gravity Pacman

Google Snake Game

Google Snake Game is an online game that has been played by many people. In this game, you have to move the snake from one side to another and eat as many fruits as possible. You can also collect coins or gems while moving around the board with your snake. If you’re good at this game, then it will be very easy for you to win all levels of this application.

Google Snake Game

Google Unicorn Horns Trick

The Unicorn Horns trick is an Easter egg in Google Chrome, which reveals a series of animated unicorn horns when you type “unicorn” into the Omnibox. It’s also known as the Google Unicorn Horns Trick and it was first discovered by Reddit user kolton_ on April 1st, 2016.

When you type “unicorn” into the Omnibox and then press Enter, a series of animated unicorn horns will appear at the bottom right corner of your screen:

Google Super Mario Brothers Trick

You can activate Google Gravity on your device by simply downloading the app from the Google Play Store. After you download it, open it and follow the steps below:

  • Select “Settings,” then “Google Gravity.”
  • Tap “Activate” at the bottom of your screen. You’ll need to enter some information about yourself before activating this feature—it’s only available for registered users of Google Play services, so if you’re not an Android user yet (or even if you are), this won’t work!

Google Super Mario Brothers Trick

Your account will be saved automatically when you tap ‘Activate’ and all future uses will require no additional steps beyond what we’ve mentioned here—you’re good to go!

Google Play Atari Breakout

To play, press the start button on your device. Then, touch the screen and hold it until you hear a sound effect (the ball will actually bounce off of the paddle when it’s hit).

Google Play Atari Breakout

The game ends when all balls have been hit or if there are no more moves left in front of you. If someone wins by hitting all three balls into their opponent’s goal first, that player gets an extra point for winning!

Google Doodles

Google Doodles are temporary alterations of the logo on Google’s home page. They’re a fun way for Google to celebrate holidays, events and people. The first Doodle was created in 1998 as a tribute to the birth of Sequoia Capital’s co-founder David Cheriton (you can still see this today). In 2000, when it became clear that people loved doodles so much that they wanted more of them than could be posted once per year—and how cool would it be if we could create them ourselves?—we introduced the Doodle Maker tool which allows anyone with an internet connection or smartphone camera phone access to create their own doodles!

Google Doodles

Google Flip a coin

  • You can use a coin to flip a coin.
  • You can use your phone to flip a coin.
  • You can use your computer to flip a coin.
  • You can use your mouse to flip a coin.
  • You can also try using an app on your tablet or watch instead of using coins if you have those options available!

Google Recursion

You can use Google Recursion to search for recursion on Google. To do this, type “recursion” into the search bar and click on the “I’m feeling lucky” button.

This will display a message that says: “Searching for recursive queries…Please wait.” When this happens, you’ll see a lot of results from different websites like Wikipedia and others that have listed answers to your question about recursion.

Klingon Google

Klingon Google is a fun way to search. You can access it by clicking on the Klingon logo at the bottom of any page and then selecting “I’m Feeling Klingon” from your menu options.

Klingon Google

If you want to use this feature on your mobile device, open up Google Maps and select “Search” in either its app (if you’re using iOS) or its web browser (if you’re using Android). When you do that, type in what you want to search for like “Star Trek” or “trekker” (or whatever else). If someone searches for something similar—say “Star Wars” or Darth Vader—you’ll see all related results show up under their own category called “Similar.”

Google Anagram

There are many different ways to activate Google Anagrams. Some of them include:

  • Google
  • Google
  • Google
  • Google

If you’re not sure how to use all these words, don’t worry! We’ll show you how it works below!

Google Answer to Life & Universe

You can use Google Answer to Life & Universe as a shortcut when you’re searching for answers on your phone or computer.

Google Answer will provide links and information that relate to the question asked, along with other related searches that might help you solve your problem.

Google Once in a Blue Moon

Google Once in a Blue Moon is a Google Doodle game, which was first introduced on August 19, 2010.

The game is played by typing “Google Gravity” into the search box and pressing enter.

Funny Google

Google is a search engine and it has a sense of humor. If you are looking for funny stuff on Google, here are some good ones:

  • What do you call an upside-down world? A Google world!
  • How do you make a person taller? By adding more lines to the page they’re reading. This increases their average font size by 50%.
  • Why did God create the internet? So he could give us all free porno!

Google I’m Feeling Lucky

Google I’m Feeling Lucky

Google I’m Feeling Lucky is a button on the Google search engine that directs the user to a random website. It was introduced in 1998 and was originally called “I’m Feeling Lucky“. The button was created by Google engineers as a way for users to find new websites and have fun exploring them.

Google I’m Feeling Lucky

Google I’m Feeling Lucky is one of the most famous features of Google because it allows you to discover new things based on your interests. You can also use it if you want something specific like funny videos or recipes!


With all of these Google Gravity tricks, you’ll never be bored again. Now go enjoy your own gravity-defying adventures!

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