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How to “Do a Barrel Roll 20 Times” on Google

Google is the most popular search engine with over 1 billion monthly active users.

The search engine is known to have multiple easter eggs.

These include inside jokes, hidden messages, secret games, and more.

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

However, easter eggs are hard to find because they won’t be added to popular searches.

One of the easter eggs is the “Do a barrel roll 20 times” easter egg.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to do a barrel roll 20 times on Google, what is the easter egg about, its origin, and more.

Can Google do a barrel roll 20 times?

The original Google barrel roll easter egg can only do a barrel roll once.

However, you can make Google do a barrel roll 20 times from an external website.

The easter egg is a reference to Star Fox 64, a 1977 Nintendo game.

In the game, Preppy the space rabbit asked Fox McCloud to do a barrel roll.

To make Fox McCloud do a barrel roll, you need to press “Z” or “R” twice.

The easter egg was developed by a software engineer in 2011 to entertain users.

When you search for “Do a barrel roll” on Google, the page will rotate once.

It works on most browsers including Chrome, Edge, and Safari.

How to “Do a Barrel Roll 20 times” on Google

Do a barrel roll 20 times

How to make Google do a barrel roll 20 times:

  1. Go to Google.com.
  2. Search for “Do a barrel roll 20 times”.
  3. Click on the “I’m Feeling Lucky” button.

To make Google do a barrel roll 20 times, you need to go to Google.com.

Once you’re on Google.com, search for “Do a barrel roll 20 times” and click on the “I’m Feeling Lucky” button.

You’ll then be redirected to Elgoog, which is a website that restores Google easter eggs.

The page will spin 20 times before it shatters.

Above the search results, you’ll see multiple buttons.

You can select those buttons for the page to spin 20, 5.6, twice, 100, and 10,000 times respectively.

Further reading

How to “Do a Barrel Roll” on Google

How to Fix “Google Keeps Stopping” on Android

How to Fix “Your device isn’t compatible with this version” on Google Play


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