The Google Dinosaur Runner game that appears to users in the Chrome browser when the Internet connection is cut off has got a new update that gives the dinosaur a number of weapons.
Users can play the modified version of the game called Dino Swords, which was made in partnership between MSCHF and Theives 100, through its own website, and it gives the T-Rex a set of weapons to use. Weapons are associated with different switches that players can use.
MSCHF Head of Strategy Daniel Greenberg said The Verge: “The Dino game from Google is the last remnant of the golden age of things like Addicting Games and Miniclip games,” adding that modifying the game “makes it healthier to form.”
Indeed, Dino looks like; With the modified update, it’s like a classic web browser game from an earlier era, when browser games were dominated by flash mini-games.
“Dino Swords is how we play the classic Chrome Dinosaur Runner, and bring it to life with 26 weapons to aid in the run,” said Matthew Haug, owner and CEO of 100 Thieves. “A lot of it pays tribute to the classic video game weapons, some of which are quite dominant, and some of them are completely useless,” he added.
On the other hand, related to Google, two new devices of the company appeared in the files of the FCC, and as the reports note, they seem to be related to the new Android TV product, which was said to have been under development for a while.
And if so, the new filings indicate that Google is finally preparing to release the product soon. Before a device with wireless capabilities can go on sale in the United States, it must be specifically approved by the Federal Communications Commission.