How to Enable Google Gravity

Founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin in 1998, Google is the most popular search engine today.

The search engine is known to have a myriad of easter eggs.

They contain hidden messages, inside jokes, secret games, and more.

If you’ve been using Google for a while, you’ve probably encountered one.

However, easter eggs are not easy to find because they are not added to popular searches.

That said, a popular easter egg is the “Google Gravity” easter egg.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to do or enable Google Gravity, what is it, why is it not working, and whether the Easter egg is removed.

What is Google Gravity?

Google Gravity

Google Gravity is an unofficial Google easter egg.

It’s a fan-made easter egg that is not on Google.

The easter egg will make all of the elements on the page fall to the ground.

You can interact with the elements by dragging and dropping them.

Is the Google Gravity easter egg removed?

No, the Google Gravity easter egg is not removed.

It’s an unofficial easter egg that’s fan-made.

Hence, it’s not on Google in the first place.

You can only access the easter egg by visiting external websites.

How to enable Google Gravity

How to enable Google Gravity:

  1. Go to Google.com.
  2. Search for “Google Gravity”.
  3. Click on the “I’m Feeling Lucky” button.
  4. Interact with the elements on the page.

To enable Google Gravity, you need to search for “Google Gravity” on Google and click on the “I’m Feeling Lucky” button.

After you’ve clicked on the button, you’ll be redirected to a website and the easter egg will start.

Alternatively, you can play the game here: https://elgoog.im/gravity/.

On the website, the elements on the page will fall to the ground.

You can interact with the elements on the page.

You can click, hold, drag, and release an element on the page.

Alternatively, you can click, hold, and drag your mouse across the page to knock the elements.

Why is Google Gravity not working?

Google Gravity is not working because it’s not an official easter egg.

You can only access the easter egg on external websites.

The external websites are Elgoog and MrDoob.

On websites like Elgoog, they create and restore Google easter eggs.

Further reading

How to Get the Google in 1998 Easter Egg

How to Do the Thanos Snap on Google

How to Play “Zerg Rush” on Google

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