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Google Search Solitaire, Tic-Tac-Toe Help Users Prepare For U.S. Presidential Elections 2016? [HOW-TO GUIDE HERE]


Google has recently rolled out two of the most popular classic simple games, Solitaire and Tic-Tac-Toe into its desktop search engine and mobile Google Search app. Google also made sure to make both games easy to access by just typing in Solitaire or Tic-Tac-Toe on the computer or mobile device.

While Google's Search feature evolved to perform more than just providing highly relevant search results to users, Google has also integrated the capability of accessing Solitaire and Tic-Tac-Toe in its Google Search. Because of Google's Search functions, there will no longer be a need to download any other app to play both games, Gizmodo reported.

When a user search for Solitaire, the Google Search result is expected to display a box for the game where a Click to Play option is shown. The user can clicking on the option in order to launch the card game in a window within the search results. The game reportedly comes with two difficulty options, The Verge reported.

In Solitaire's Easy mode, one card will be dealt from the deck at a time while three cards will be dealt from the deck at a time in the Hard mode. The Google game is suggested to track the time the player has spent on the game along with the scores and moves. Users can also undo the last move they made or choose to restart the game once there are no more turns to make, reportedly.

For Tic-Tac-Toe, the Google Search result will likewise display a box for the game where users can choose to play against a computer opponent or a friend. The game comes in three difficulties. Users also have the option to choose either an X's or O's, with the game tracking the score for each player.

Google Search's capabilities also included state-specific voter registration guides apart from the new games. This is reportedly integrated to help users to get ready for the upcoming 2016 Presidential elections in November.

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