The Dinosaur Game is a simple, side-scrolling game built into the Google Chrome web browser to keep players engaged while waiting for an internet connection.
In this game, the player is meant to guide a Tyrannosaurus rex across a landscape while avoiding obstacles. The main aim is to get a higher score each time they play.
It is an endless runner game that features Chrome Dino, the nickname given to the dinosaur, and is played by hundreds of millions of players each month. The game was added to Google Chrome in 2014 as an easter egg and automatically comes up whenever there is no available internet.
Playing the Dinosaur Game
The Dinosaur Game features simple and fun gameplay. It is designed in pixelated format, making it look like an old-school game. It is also called the T-Rex Game, Chrome Dino, Google Dinosaur Game, Dino Dun, and No Internet Game.
Here are some features of this game:
- The side-scrolling gameplay means you're constantly moving to the right without stopping.
- Avoid obstacles by jumping over them.
- The game ends when you bump into a cactus or any other obstacle.
If you reach 99,999, that is the maximum score, the game resets, and you start from the beginning. That is the highest score that you can achieve in this game.
How To Play the Dinosaur Game
- Open the game and click on the spacebar or mobile screen.
- When you tap the spacebar or screen, the dinosaur jumps.
- The game is never-ending until you hit an obstacle or the maximum score.
Who Developed the Dinosaur Game?
The Dinosaur Game is available on PC, mobile, and tablet devices. Google developed it for the Chrome browser. It was made by Edward Jung, Alan Bettes, and Sebastien Gabriel, all part of the Chrome UX team when it was released in 2014.