It's already July 2014 and surprisingly, the do a barrel roll Google Easter egg trick keeps rolling on and on like the Energizer bunny!
By merely typing the words do a barrel roll in Google's search box, the screen rolls swiftly around, as if like magic.
Just don't forget to click on the search button or hit Enter after typing do a barrel roll in the search box.
London, Nov 4 (ANI): The expression "do a barrel roll" has become a trending topic on Twitter after internet users discovered a new feature on Google that makes the screen perform a 360-degree spin on typing the phrase into the search box.
The so-called Easter egg is a nod to Star Fox 64, the 1997 Nintendo game, in which a space pilot rabbit called Peppy tells character Fox McCloud to "do a barrel roll".
"Today's fun query, 'do a barrel roll', was created by a Google software engineer with the primary goal of entertaining users, while showcasing the power of CSS3, a presentation feature of modern browsers," the spokesperson said.
The do a barrel roll Google trick is still entertaining in 2014!
The do a barrel roll Google trick works on the Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome browsers but not on the Internet Explorer browser.
According to the Huffington Post, the do a barrel roll Google trick is one of coolest things the search engine has ever done.
Last November 2011, Google introduced the cool (http://www.ibtimes.com/zipper-google-doodle-joins-do-barrel-roll-and-11-other-google-easter-eggs-tricks-photos-555201) do a barrel roll trick for the users of its famous search engine Web site.
The do a barrel roll is part of Google's Easter eggs, which are designed by Google engineers for the amusement of their users while showcasing the power of CSS3, a presentation feature of modern browsers, like Firefox.
The game also includes Peppy Hare, a space pilot rabbit who says the line "do a barrel roll." The command can be executed by pressing R or Z twice.