Google rolls out easter egg games for India vs Pakistan ODI World Cup match
Google Easter eggs are secret games and gimmicks within Google search, widely known as the mirror version of Google.com, which has everything reversed.
When Google introduced a special easter egg while users searched for the India vs. Pakistan match in the ICC Men's ODI World Cup 2023, the hype around the match reached even higher levels.
Google Easter eggs, commonly known as the mirror version of Google.com with everything in reverse, are secret games and gimmicks found within Google search.
India will play Pakistan on Saturday at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad in an attempt to win the ICC Men's ODI World Cup for the eighth time in a row.
The Men in Blue have a perfect record against their fiercest opponents in this competition, and they will want to live up to the high expectations placed on them in front of a record attendance in the largest cricket stadium in the world.
In their opening two games of the competition, Rohit Sharma and his side have won both of them. They thrashed Afghanistan in New Delhi after defeating Australia in an exciting match in Chennai.
In a similar vein, Pakistan defeated the Netherlands rather handily before setting a record in their World Cup pursuit against Sri Lanka. Hyderabad's Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium hosted both of their games.
Google caught on to the craze last month and released easter eggs for the Jawan movie, starring Shah Rukh Khan.
As a result, the picture became the first in India to be awarded this distinction. Barbie, a film starring Australian actress Margot Robbie, is among the latest releases to feature an easter egg. When someone searched for the movie on Google, the page would used to turn pink.