It's pretty common knowledge that Google loves to leave little Easter eggs for users to find out of the blue! For example, have you ever Googled the word, "askew"? It's not the most mind blowing thing in the world, but if you go ahead and Google it, the screen become off center. Yes, we'll go ahead and give you a moment to try it now — OK, ready to move on? Great. Turns out, there's another Easter egg that Google has employed except it's a bit more high tech than askew. If you type in, "zerg rush" in to your search box, well, things get a little crazy. Don't be alarmed, there's no permanent damage — at least we don't think there is!
According to a quick search, zerg rush is a term used in several real-time strategy games (RTS) to describe an overpowering attack by a player against his opponent, usually early in the game. This term was popularized by "StarCraft". Given that definition, you should have a basic idea of what typing zerg rush into Google will do to your screen, but, we'll go ahead and provide a visual for good measure.
Pretty freakin' awesome, huh? Man, you've just got to love those Google developers! Smart beyond comprehension with a sense of humor to boot? Where do we apply? Just kidding, we know our strengths and they don't involve Google algorithms. That being said, the zerg rush looks a lot cooler on your owns screen, so, now that you're done reading all about it, go test it out!
Lead Image Via Google