April Fools Day is practically a national holiday in Mountain View, so you can expect a series of pranks and jokes over the weekend.
April Fools' Day is a good time to stay off the internet.
Quite simply open up Google Maps and click the lovely Ms. Pac-Man to open up the game.
Seriously! Try it out right now.
Most of Google's games quick little distractions, but I think that the fact that the company is bringing Pac-Man back shows that the idea has real legs. All you have to do is tap that icon to begin playing. And, two years, later, they've made a decision to revive the prank, but this time, Ms. Pac-Man will be getting her due.
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In the bottom left-hand corner - where users are given the option to switch to satellite images - Google has added a button to launch Ms Pac-Man. While updates usually do things like improve stability or speed, this update does something far more useful: it lets you play "Ms. Pac-Man". Type in "zerg rush" - a nod to the Blizzard game StarCraft - and you'll see several O's from the Google logo drop down and starting eating away at search results.
This is a lot of fun, but it's not entirely novel.
Instead of automatically placing the user where they're now at the app Google throws you in a completely random spot.
You can turn a map of the French Quarter into a classic arcade game.