Google’s Super Monkey Ball-inspired Chrome experiment gets a new course for the browser’s 5th birthday

Google’s Super Monkey Ball-inspired Chrome experiment gets a new course for the browser’s ...

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Back in March, Google launched a Super Monkey Ball-inspired Chrome Experiment called World Wide Maze.

Essentially, you could grab any website and transform it into a 3D obstacle course. By syncing the Chrome page with another mobile device, you were able to control the ball by tipping and tilting your smartphone or tablet in the air.

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If you fancy a new challenge, you’ll be pleased to hear that Google has created a new course called Chrome’s 5th Birthday Maze. As the name suggests, the level was designed to coincide with the five-year milestone yesterday.

The difficulty is ranked as two out of three stars, but we still found it devilishly tricky. Oh, and there’s a lovely little message thanking Chrome users for their support over the last half-decade. Isn’t that sweet?

➀ World Wide Maze (via Google+)

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