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How to play mozilla firefox’s hidden unicorn pong game

– Last updated on November 30, 2017 by VG

UPDATE: Now this hidden secret Unicorn game is also available in public Stable version of Mozilla Firefox web browser. Initially the game was only available in Nightly builds of Firefox browser.

Today in this topic, we are going to reveal a hidden secret Easter Egg present in Nightly build of Mozilla Firefox web browser. This Easter Egg can only be enjoyed if you are using the latest Nightly version of Mozilla Firefox which is an earlier build of Firefox to test drive the upcoming features and changes. If you are using the public version of Mozilla Firefox such as recently released Firefox Quantum 57.0 version, you’ll not be able to enjoy this secret Easter Egg.

Following image shows the hidden secret Easter Egg live in action:

This Easter Egg contains a “Pong” game featuring the good ol’ Unicorn which was first found long time back in another Easter Egg present in Mozilla Firefox web browser.

If you are using the Nightly build of Firefox web browser and want to reveal and enjoy this hidden secret Easter Egg, following steps will help you:

1. First of all, you’ll need to open Customize window in Firefox Nightly. You can right-click on the toolbar and select “Customize” option. Alternatively, you can click on “Customize” option present in main Firefox (Hamburger) menu.

2. Now you have to move all buttons present in the toolbar customize window to the main toolbar or Overflow Menu. i.e. you need to empty the customize page by dragging-n-dropping all existing items to Firefox toolbar.

3. Once you move all items to the main toolbar, the hidden secret Easter Egg will reveal. You’ll notice a new “Unicorn” box/button added next to the “Density” drop-down box.

4. Click on the “Unicorn” button and it’ll launch the secret “Pong” game which reminds me of the good ol’ classic “ Jardinains ” game.

The “Unicorn” game can be played by moving the upper “Flexible Space” item with the help of left/right arrow keys. The lower “Flexible Space” item is controlled by Firefox.

5. After revealing and enjoying the Easter egg, you can restore all default toolbar buttons and remove extra buttons by again going to “Customize” page and clicking on “Restore Defaults” button.

Thanks to our reader “Kay” for sharing this information…

PS: Following exclusive video shows the whole method and the Easter Egg live in action:

Also check out following interesting Easter Eggs:

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It seems like every browser has a hidden game these days. Chrome has a dinosaur game, Edge has surfing, and Firefox has . . . unicorn pong? Yep, you read that right—here’s how to play it.

First, open Firefox. Click the hamburger menu (the three horizontal lines) at the upper right, and then click “Customize.”

On the “Customize Firefox” tab, you’ll see a list of interface elements to configure the toolbar.

Click and drag all the toolbar items except “Flexible Space” into the “Overflow Menu” on the right.

Click the Unicorn button that appears at the bottom of the window.

A Pong-like game with a small unicorn icon will appear on the left side of the tab. In this version of the game, the “Flexible Space” box serves as the Pong paddle, and the unicorn icon is the ball.

To play, just use the arrow keys on your keyboard to position your paddle so the unicorn doesn’t move past it. As Atari Pong’s famous instructions said, “Avoid missing unicorn for high score” (or something like that).

If you lose and want to play again, just double-click the Unicorn button.

When you’re done playing, click “Restore Defaults” to quickly remove all the items from the “Overflow Menu.” Click “Done” to close the “Customize Firefox” tab.

Now you can tell all your friends you’ve played Unicorn Pong. If they don’t believe you, just send them the link to this article.

– Last updated on November 30, 2017 by VG

UPDATE: Now this hidden secret Unicorn game is also available in public Stable version of Mozilla Firefox web browser. Initially the game was only available in Nightly builds of Firefox browser.

Today in this topic, we are going to reveal a hidden secret Easter Egg present in Nightly build of Mozilla Firefox web browser. This Easter Egg can only be enjoyed if you are using the latest Nightly version of Mozilla Firefox which is an earlier build of Firefox to test drive the upcoming features and changes. If you are using the public version of Mozilla Firefox such as recently released Firefox Quantum 57.0 version, you’ll not be able to enjoy this secret Easter Egg.

Following image shows the hidden secret Easter Egg live in action:

This Easter Egg contains a “Pong” game featuring the good ol’ Unicorn which was first found long time back in another Easter Egg present in Mozilla Firefox web browser.

If you are using the Nightly build of Firefox web browser and want to reveal and enjoy this hidden secret Easter Egg, following steps will help you:

1. First of all, you’ll need to open Customize window in Firefox Nightly. You can right-click on the toolbar and select “Customize” option. Alternatively, you can click on “Customize” option present in main Firefox (Hamburger) menu.

2. Now you have to move all buttons present in the toolbar customize window to the main toolbar or Overflow Menu. i.e. you need to empty the customize page by dragging-n-dropping all existing items to Firefox toolbar.

3. Once you move all items to the main toolbar, the hidden secret Easter Egg will reveal. You’ll notice a new “Unicorn” box/button added next to the “Density” drop-down box.

4. Click on the “Unicorn” button and it’ll launch the secret “Pong” game which reminds me of the good ol’ classic “ Jardinains ” game.

The “Unicorn” game can be played by moving the upper “Flexible Space” item with the help of left/right arrow keys. The lower “Flexible Space” item is controlled by Firefox.

5. After revealing and enjoying the Easter egg, you can restore all default toolbar buttons and remove extra buttons by again going to “Customize” page and clicking on “Restore Defaults” button.

Thanks to our reader “Kay” for sharing this information…

PS: Following exclusive video shows the whole method and the Easter Egg live in action:

Also check out following interesting Easter Eggs:

Here’s how to play the hidden unicorn game in Firefox!

Well, if we look around, we will find that every web browser now has a hidden game. Chrome has a hidden dinosaur game that runs without the internet. Similarly, Microsoft Edge has a hidden surfing game.

Recently, we found a hidden unicorn game in the latest build of Mozilla Firefox. As of now, the game is only available in the Nightly builds of the Firefox web browser.

If you are using the public version of the Mozilla Firefox web browser like Firefox Quantum 57.0, then you won’t be able to enjoy this Easter Egg. So, make sure to install the latest Nightly Build of Firefox web browser.

Play the Hidden Unicorn Game in Mozilla Firefox

So, in this article, we are about to share a working method to play the hidden Unicorn Pong Game in the Firefox browser. Let’s check out.

Step 1. First of all, open Mozilla Firefox on your PC.

Open Mozilla Firefox

Step 2. Once done, click on the hamburger menu (three horizontal lines).

Step 3. From the drop-down menu, select ‘Customize’

Click on the hamburger menu and select ‘Customize’

Step 4. Now you will see lots of interface elements.

Step 5. You need to click and drag all the items except ‘Flexible Space’ into the Overflow menu (Right-hand side menu)

Click and drag all the items except ‘Flexible Space’ to the overflow menu

Step 6. Once done, you will see a new Unicorn button at the bottom of the Window. Click on it.

New Unicorn button

Step 7. Now you will be able to play the hidden Unicorn Pong Game. The flexible space box serves as the Pong paddle. Use the arrow key on your keyboard to control the Flexible space.

Use the arrow key on your keyboard to control the Flexible space

That’s it! You are done. This is how you can Play the hidden Unicorn game in Mozilla Firefox.

So, that’s all from us. If you are interested in trying other browser games, then check out our article – Free Online Browser Games. I hope this article helped you! Please share it with your friends also.

Well, if we look around us, we will find that every web browser now has a hidden game. Chrome has a hidden dinosaur game that works without internet. Similarly, Microsoft Edge has a hidden surfing game.

Recently, we found a hidden unicorn game in the latest version of Mozilla Firefox. As of now, the game is only available in nightly versions of the Firefox web browser.

If you are using the public version of Mozilla Firefox web browser like Firefox Quantum 57.0, then you will not be able to enjoy this Easter Egg. Therefore, make sure to install the latest nightly build of the Firefox web browser.

Play the Hidden Unicorn game on Mozilla Firefox

So, in this article, we are about to share a working method to play the hidden game Unicorn Pong on the Firefox browser. Let’s take a look.

Step 1.First,open mozilla firefoxon your computer

Open Mozilla Firefox

Step 2.Once done,click on the hamburger menu(three horizontal lines).

Step 3.From the dropdown menu, select‘Personalize’

Click on the hamburger menu and select ‘Customize’

Step 4.You will now see many interface elements.

Step 5.You needclick and drag all elements except ‘flex space’in the overflow menu (right side menu)

Click and drag all items except ‘Flexible Space’ to the extra menu

Step 6.Once this is done, you will see anew Unicorn button at the bottom of the window. Click on it.

Step 7.Now you will be able to play the hidden Unicorn Pong game. The flexible space box doubles as a Pong paddle. Use the arrow key on your keyboard to control the flex space.

Use the arrow key on your keyboard to control the flex space

That is all! Are you ready. So you can Play the hidden Unicorn game in Mozilla Firefox.

So, that’s all from us. If you are interested in trying out other browser games, check out our article: Free Online Browser Games. I hope this article has helped you! Please share it with your friends too.

Do you know, Easter egg exists in some popular web browsers like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Edge? Well, they do. In the aforementioned web browsers, there exists a hidden game which can play to kill time even when the Internet is down.

Chrome has a-la Super Mario side-scrolling game called Dino where you make Dino jump over cactuses and sometimes, birds flying toward it at different altitude.

Edge has obstacles top-down game called Surf where you control a person surfing down screen while avoiding obstacles like sunken boat, whirlpool, other surfers and whatnot.

Finally, Firefox has Unicorn Pong. That’s right. A game of Pong, but instead of a pixelated ping-pong ball, its a unicorn.

Sounds like fun? Well, if so, here’s how you can access the game of the respective web browsers:

Google Chrome

  1. Open Chrome browser
  2. In the address bar, enter this URL: chrome://dino
  3. Hit Enter and you are all set

Microsoft Edge

  1. Open Microsoft Edge browser
  2. In the address bar, enter this URL: edge://surf
  3. Hit Enter and you are all set

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open Firefox browser
  2. Click on the hamburger menu
  3. Scroll down to ‘Customize Toolbar…’
  4. On the ‘Customize Toolbar’ page, drag every option to the ‘Overflow Menu’ on the right, leaving only ‘Flexible Space’
  5. Once you do that, you will see a button with an image of unicorn next to a series of buttons
  6. Press the Unicorn button to commence the game

So, there you have it. Simple fun right off the browsers to kill time or for when Internet is out. Enjoy!

Teknologi.id – Sepertinya seluruh browser kini memiliki mini-game tersembunyi yang bisa dimainkan tanpa jaringan internet. Misalnya Chrome dengan game dinosaurusnya, Edge dengan game surfing-nya, dan kini Firefox juga punya game tersembunyi, unicorn pong.

Berikut Teknologi.id bocorkan cara memainkannya di browser Firefox-mu.

1. Pertama-tama, buka Firefox, lalu buka menu (ikon tiga garis di pojok kanan atas), lalu pilih “Customize”

Foto: Tangkapan Layar/Teknologi.id

2. Pada tab Customize Firefox, akan muncul berbagai elemen antarmuka toolbar

3. Klik lalu drag seluruh item pada toolbar kecuali Flexible Space ke dalam Overflow Menu di sebelah kanan

Foto: Tangkapan Layar/Teknologi.id

4. Klik logo unicorn yang muncul pada bagian bawah window

Foto: Tangkapan Layar/Teknologi.id

5. Sebuah game ping-pong dengan ikon unicorn kecil akan muncul di sisi kiri tab. Kotak Flexible Space akan berfungsi sebagai ‘pukulan’ Pong dan ikon unicorn adalah bolanya.

Foto: Tangkapan Layar/Teknologi.id

Untuk memainkannya, cukup arahkan pad (pukulan) dengan menggunakan tombol panah sehingga memantulkan bola (unicorn), layaknya game ping pong biasa.

Jika kamu kalah dan ingin main lagi, cukup klik dua kali pada tombol unicorn. Selesai bermain? Klik Restore Defaults untuk menghilangkan seluruh item dari Overflow Menu, lalu klik Done untuk menutup tab Customize Firefox.

– Last updated on August 5, 2020 by VG

In previous tutorial, we told you how to access all internal or built-in “About” pages in Google Chrome , Mozilla Firefox , Microsoft Edge web browsers. We also shared a complete list of all internal about pages present in these web browsers.

Today in this article, we’ll share list of hidden secret Easter eggs present in these web browsers. Easter eggs are hidden secret stuff which are implemented by the software developers so that users can reveal and enjoy them.

All 3 web browsers Chrome, Firefox and Microsoft Edge come with some secret Easter eggs. We have shared information about these Easter eggs in past and today in this article, we are going to list them in a single place for your convenience.

Let’s start the tutorial:

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Hidden Secret Dino Game in Google Chrome Web Browser:

Google Chrome web browser comes with a hidden secret game called Dinosaur (T-Rex). The game can be enjoyed in both desktop as well as mobile versions on Chrome browser.

You can reveal and play the hidden game by turning off Internet in your device and open a website in Chrome. Or you can directly launch the game using chrome://dino URL in Chrome.

On No Internet error page, press Space bar key or tap on Dinosaur image on smartphones.

That’s it. The game will immediately start.

Following article contains full detailed instructions about this hidden secret game:

Hidden Secret Surf Game in Microsoft Edge Web Browser:

Microsoft Edge web browser also comes with a hidden secret game called “Let’s Surf” along with a secret Ninjacat character.

You can reveal and play the secret game using edge://surf URL in browser’s address bar.

Once you open the above mentioned page in Microsoft Edge, press Space bar to start the game.

Following article contains full instructions about this secret game:

Hidden Secret Unicorn Game in Mozilla Firefox Web Browser:

This is my favorite one. Mozilla Firefox web browser also comes with an interesting hidden secret game called “Unicorn“. It’s basically a “Pong” game similar to the good ol’ Jardinains game.

To reveal and play this game, you need to open customize toolbar page and move all available items to Firefox toolbar or overflow menu.

Following article contains full detailed tutorial about how to reveal and play this secret game in Firefox browser:

Hidden Secret Welcome Humans Page in Mozilla Firefox Web Browser:

Mozilla Firefox web browser also comes with another hidden secret Easter egg called “Welcome Humans” page. We shared it long time back in this article .

To reveal the Easter egg, type about:robots in Firefox address bar and press Enter key. Firefox will show an error page having title as “Gort! Klaatu barada nikto!” and content as following:

We have come to visit you in peace and with goodwill!

  • Robots may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
  • Robots have seen things you people wouldn’t believe.
  • Robots are Your Plastic Pal Who’s Fun To Be With.
  • Robots have shiny metal posteriors which should not be bitten.

And they have a plan.

The page contains a button “Try Again“. Click on it and the button text will change to “Please do not press this button again.” If you click on the button again, the button will disappear from the page.

David Murphy

Your web browser is full of secrets. I typically spend my time poring over new features I can unlock via pages like chrome://flags and about:config, but it’s also nice to take a little break and play the hidden games that come packed into the most popular browsers.

Yes, your desktop browser is filled with hidden games. Don’t crack your knuckles and expect to hunker down for a Civilization VI-like session—they’re not that great. They are fun little time-wasters, though. If nothing else, they’re great to send to your friends if you’re looking to impress them with your technical know-how.

Microsoft Edge Chromium: Let’s Surf

We love Edge Chromium as a browser, period. It also has the best hidden game of them all: a summer version of the classic SkiFree, or “How I spent my time in computer class during grades 7 and 8.”

To access it, make sure you’ve updated your browser to the latest version (via the triple-dot icon in the upper-right corner > Help & feedback > About Microsoft Edge). Once you’ve done that, copy and paste the following into your address bar:

OK, so it’s not SkiFree in the “plummeting down a wintery mountain and getting eaten by a Yeti” sense, but the gameplay is identical. Pick a surfer and use the arrow keys on your keyboard (or WSAD) to dodge left and right (or kick up your speed by mashing the down arrow a few times). If you pick up a green lightning bolt, press “F” on your keyboard to give yourself a speed boost. Zoom.

But that’s not all: Click the menu button in the upper-right corner of the game’s title screen—something I completely missed at first on my ultrawide display—and you’ll be able to play different modes: Let’s Surf (endless), time trial or an Olympic-like “Zig zag” through special gates.

Is it fun? Absolutely. If nothing else, the nostalgia factor is worth a few minutes of surfing before you get back to, uh, surfing.

Google Chrome: The Dinosaur Game

Typically you’ll see a screen from this game if you lose your network connection and Chrome can’t load a page—giving you the classic “ERR_INTERNET_DISCONNECTED” message with a friendly dinosaur in a western setting.

However, you can also play this endless runner game by entering the following in your address bar:

You’ll get the error page in question. All you have to do to start running is press the space bar. Your goal? Jump over the cacti. That’s it. To be honest, I miss the version where the dinosaur could have on a party hat, but that’s just me.

Here comes a new Easter egg in @googlechrome for 10th birthday of Google’s browser: a birthday cake & party hat in 404 page-not-found error message dinosaur game. On display in Chrome in September. Try it out by switching off your network and trying to load a site. pic.twitter.com/fgTgshVspd

Mozilla Firefox: Pong

Why you gotta make it difficult, Mozilla? Firefox comes with a hidden game, too, but Mozilla makes you work much harder to access it than the competition.

To unlock the game, right-click on your toolbar and select “Customise.” In the screen that appears, you’re going to want to drag every icon to your OverFlow menu, which should eventually leave you with just a “Flexible space” option on your main screen.

You should then see a unicorn icon pop up on the bottom row of buttons, like so:

Click it and you’ll get to play some Pong with the flexible space button serving as the blocks for the bouncing…unicorns? We can’t make this stuff up.

Mozilla Firefox Hidden Secret Easter Egg to Play Unicorn Game

Trình duyệt Mozilla Firefox có một vài quả trứng Phục sinh được trồng trong đó. Đây là những tính năng ẩn hoặc bất ngờ được nhúng trong trình duyệt có thể được truy cập dễ dàng thông qua trang “about:”. Trang mở cửa cho các thay đổi cài đặt, tùy chỉnh giao diện người dùng, thông tin hiệu suất và hơn thế nữa. Hữu ích nhất là URL về: config, hiển thị các tùy chọn và cài đặt có thể được kiểm tra và thay đổi. Nếu bạn đang chạy phiên bản Firefox Quantum 57 mới nhất, bạn có thể thưởng thức một quả bí mật mới Easter Egg .

Bí mật trứng bí ẩn được tiết lộ trong Xây dựng ban đêm của trình duyệt web Mozilla Firefox là một trò chơi “Pong” có một con kỳ lân bay và đầy màu sắc. Kỳ lân, nếu bạn nhớ đã xuất hiện lần đầu tiên từ lâu trong một quả trứng Phục sinh khác.

Chơi trò chơi Unicorn trong Firefox Hàng đêm xây dựng

Những điều đầu tiên trước tiên. Mở cửa sổ Customize của Firefox. Đối với điều này, nhấp chuột phải vào biểu tượng bánh hamburger hiển thị ở góc trên cùng bên phải của cửa sổ trình duyệt và chọn tùy chọn “Tùy chỉnh”.

Sau khi thực hiện việc này, bạn sẽ cần phải di chuyển tất cả các nút hiện có trong thanh công cụ tùy chỉnh cửa sổ Thanh công cụ chính

Tóm lại, bạn cần dọn sạch trang tùy chỉnh bằng cách kéo-n-thả tất cả các mục hiện có vào thanh công cụ của Firefox.

Khi hoàn tất, trứng Phục sinh bí mật ẩn sẽ xuất hiện. Bạn sẽ thấy một hộp / nút “Unicorn” mới được thêm vào bên cạnh hộp thả xuống “Mật độ”.

Nhấp vào nút “Unicorn” và nó sẽ khởi chạy trò chơi “Pong” bí mật. Nó gợi nhớ đến trò chơi “Jardinains” cổ điển.

Bạn có thể chơi trò chơi đơn giản bằng cách di chuyển mục “Không gian linh hoạt” phía trên với sự trợ giúp của các phím mũi tên trái / phải. Mục “Vùng không gian linh hoạt” thấp hơn được điều khiển bởi Firefox.

Khi bạn đã hoàn thành, bạn có thể khôi phục tất cả các nút trên thanh công cụ mặc định và loại bỏ các nút phụ bằng cách vào trang “Customize” và nhấp vào nút “Restore Defaults”.

Hãy cho chúng tôi biết nếu mẹo này phù hợp với bạn và chia sẻ kinh nghiệm của bạn với chúng tôi trong phần bình luận bên dưới.

TIP : Bạn cũng có thể chơi T-Rex Dinosaur trò chơi trong trình duyệt Chrome khi ngoại tuyến.

Sanyo đã phải vật lộn để xoay quanh hoạt động kinh doanh của mình trong vài năm qua. Công ty đã thu được lợi nhuận đầu tiên trong 4 năm gần đây nhất trong năm tài chính kết thúc vào tháng 3 năm 2008. Mặc dù bị cạnh tranh gay gắt trong thị trường điện tử gia dụng và điện tử tiêu dùng, công ty vẫn là nhà sản xuất pin lithium-ion lớn nhất thế giới và là nhà sáng tạo trong các sản phẩm năng lượng xanh như pin mặt trời.

Các vụ mua lại như dự kiến ​​theo kế hoạch của Panasonic hiếm khi xảy ra trong các công ty lớn của Nhật Bản

Từ tháng 1, Toshiba sẽ giảm sản lượng ở nhà máy 30% Các nhà máy chip thường hoạt động 24 giờ trong ngày, nhưng các nhà sản xuất thường bỏ trống cho bất cứ thứ gì từ một số ít của ngày đến một tuần trong suốt kỳ nghỉ lễ để cung cấp cho công nhân của họ một thời gian nghỉ. Các trường hợp ngoại lệ duy nhất là trong các giai đoạn nhu cầu lớn và giá cả tăng cao, khi các nhà máy tiếp tục hoạt động, và trong thời gian sụt giảm, khi thời gian nghỉ thường được mở rộng.

Với nhu cầu cho các con chip rơi xuống, sau này áp dụng trong năm nay. Toshiba sẽ đóng cửa hai dây chuyền sản xuất hiện đại nhất, sử dụng tấm wafer 300 milimet trong 13 ngày kể từ ngày 31 tháng 12 đến ngày 13 tháng 1 trong khi hai dây chuyền cũ hơn sử dụng tấm wafer 200mm và sản xuất ít chip hơn, sẽ không hoạt động trong 4 ngày.

Giám đốc điều hành của Nvidia, Jen-Hsun Huang, đã nói chuyện ở Vegas về hệ thống dựa trên đám mây của công ty để giúp các game thủ tinh chỉnh máy tính của họ để có được đồ họa tốt nhất có thể. , nghe có vẻ giống như một trong những công việc nhảy bungee điên rồ mà bạn tìm thấy khi đi nghỉ, nhưng nó thực sự là một cú đánh khiến cuộc sống khó hiểu hơn đối với những game thủ PC đang cố gắng điều hướng sự phức tạp của các thiết lập game PC. ngày càng phát triển phân khúc giải trí lớn nhất hiện nay,

[ĐọC thêm: Thẻ đồ họa tốt nhất cho chơi game PC]

Your web browser is full of secrets. I usually spend a lot of time studying new features that I can unlock through pages like chrome://flags and about:config in the browser, but sometimes it’s also fair and necessary to take a break and play the games that popular browsers hide.

Yes, your desktop browser has secret games. Just don’t expect something as complex as the mythical Civilization VI, they’re not as cool and you won’t be hooked for dozens of hours. However, they are small and fun titles, ideal for spending time. They are also great for pretending technical knowledge to your friends.

Microsoft Edge Chromium: Let’s Surf

Edge Chromium is one of our favorite browsers, and it also has the best secret game of all: a summer version of the classic SkiFree, also known as “That’s what I spent so much time on during computer classes in 7th and 8th grade.

To access, make sure you have updated your browser to the latest version (via the three-point icon in the top right-hand corner, then go to Help and Comments and there to About Microsoft Edge). Once you have done this, copy and paste the following into your address bar:

It’s not exactly the same as SkiFree in the sense of “a game where you plunge down a winter mountain and where you could be eaten by a Yeti”, but otherwise the game is identical. Choose a surfer and use the arrow keys on your keyboard (or WASD) to dodge left and right (or increase your speed by pressing the down arrow several times). If you get a green beam, press “F” on your keyboard to increase your speed.

And that’s not all: you can click the menu button in the top right corner of the game’s title screen, something I missed completely at first on my ultra-widescreen, and you’ll be able to play different modes: Let’s Surf (endless), with a timer or an Olympic “Zigzag” through special doors.

Is it funny? Of course it is. And without a doubt the feeling of nostalgia is worth a few minutes of your time before sailing again.

Google Chrome: the dinosaur’s game

Usually you will see a screen from this game if you lose your network connection and Chrome cannot load a page, giving you the classic “ERR_INTERNET_DISCONNECTED” message with a friendly dinosaur in a western-like environment.

However, you can also play this endless runner type game by entering the following in your address bar

You’ll see the error page we already mentioned, but all you have to do to start playing is press the space bar. Your goal? To jump over the cactus. That’s it. Honestly, I miss the version where the dinosaur might have a hat.

At least it gave him some style.

Mozilla Firefox: Pong

Firefox also has a secret game, but it is the most difficult to access. Mozilla makes you work much harder to access the game than the competition.

To unlock the game, right click on your toolbar and select “Customize”. On the screen that appears, drag all the icons to your OverFlow menu, which should leave you with only a “Flexible Space” option on your main screen.

At this point a unicorn icon should appear in the bottom row of buttons, like this one:

Click and play a little Pong with the flexible space button that serves as a block to bounce the. unicorns? Yes, you read it right.

Welcome to PongGame.org, In this site, you can find many free versions of the game, one of the first video games ever created.
In the game below, use the mouse or keyboard to control the paddle, Press P to pause the game, or ESC to go back to the main menu.
You can find the old flash game here

Once you’re done playing Pong, there are some other games you can play online, such as Spider Solitaire and Freecell

Pong is one of the first computer games that ever created, this simple “tennis like” game features two paddles and a ball, the goal is to defeat your opponent by being the first one to gain10 point, a player gets a point once the opponent misses a ball. The game can be played with two human players, or one player against a computer controlled paddle. The game was originally developed by Allan Alcorn and released in 1972 by Atari corporations. Soon, Pong became a huge success, and became the first commercially successful game, on 1975, Atari release a home edition of Pong (the first version was played on Arcade machines) which sold 150,000 units. Today, the Pong Game is considered to be the game which started the video games industry, as it proved that the video games market can produce significant revenues.

Nolan Bushnell founded Atari at 1972 in order to create games and ideas and license them to other companies for mass production. Pong was actually a training exercise for one of Atari’s employees – Allan Alcorn, once it was finished, Nolan made few adjustments in order to make the game more interesting (like changing the ball’s return angle) and added simple sound effects. The first Pong Arcade machine was installed on a local bar, and it was so successful that Atari decided to produce and sell the game by themselves, rather then licensing it to other companies. In 1973 the company finally got a line of credit from Wells Fargo and started an assembly line, by the end of the year, Pong arcade machines were shipped to location all over the U.S. as well as to other countries.
Similar to other famous games such as Pacman and Tetris, Pong became one of the symbols of computer gaming.

Atari sold more then 35000 Pong machines, this figure is only about one third of the total number of Pong machines that were sold globally, since many Pong clones appeared shortly after the debut of the original Atari Pong game. The way Atari chose to compete with the Pong Game clones was to produce more innovative games such as “Double Pong” which was a pong game with four players, two in every side and a bigger screen.

Mozilla Firefox browser has a few Easter eggs planted in it. These are hidden features or surprises embedded in the browser that can be readily accessed via “about:” page. The page opens the door to settings changes, UI customization, performance info, and more. The most useful is the URL about: config, which displays preferences and settings that can be inspected and changed. If you are running the latest Firefox Quantum 57 version, you can enjoy a new secret Easter Egg.

The hidden secret Easter Egg revealed in the Nightly build of Mozilla Firefox web browser is a “Pong” game featuring a flying and colorful unicorn. The unicorn, if you remember made its first appearance long time back in another Easter Egg.

Play Unicorn game in Firefox Nightly build

First things first. Open the Customize window of Firefox. For this, right-click the hamburger icon visible in the top-right corner of the browser window and select “Customize” option.

Having done this, you’ll need to move all buttons present in the toolbar customize window to the main toolbar.

In short, you need to empty the customize page by dragging-n-dropping all existing items to Firefox toolbar.

When finished, the hidden secret Easter Egg will make the appearance. You’ll notice a new “Unicorn” box/button added next to the “Density” drop-down box.

Click on the “Unicorn” button, and it’ll launch the secret “Pong” game. It is reminiscent of the classic “Jardinains” game.

You can play the game by simply moving the upper “Flexible Space” item with the help of left/right arrow keys. The lower “Flexible Space” item is controlled by Firefox.

Once you are done with it, you can restore all default toolbar buttons and remove extra buttons by again going to “Customize” page and clicking on “Restore Defaults” button.

Let us know if the trick works for you and share your experience with us in the comments section below.

Date: December 12, 2017 Tags: Firefox, Games

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Do you dream of frolicking in a meadow, surrounded by rainbows and unicorns? In case you’ve never seen one in real life, don’t worry, you’re not alone! A unicorn is a legendary creature that has been described as a horse with a large, pointed, spirally horn growing from its forehead. It has been shown in ancient seals and scrolls, but you don’t have to travel back in time or to a legendary land to find this magical beast. Instead, click through to our unicorn games for some cute games for girls of all ages!

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In this step-by-step tutorial we create a simple MDN Breakout game written entirely in pure JavaScript and rendered on HTML5 .

Every step has editable, live samples available to play with so you can see what the intermediate stages should look like. You will learn the basics of using the element to implement fundamental game mechanics like rendering and moving images, collision detection, control mechanisms, and winning and losing states.

To get the most out of this series of articles you should already have basic to intermediate JavaScript knowledge. After working through this tutorial you should be able to build your own simple Web games.

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Starting with pure JavaScript is the best way to get a solid knowledge of web game development. After that, you can pick any framework you like and use it for your projects. Frameworks are just tools built with the JavaScript language; so even if you plan on working with them, it’s good to learn about the language itself first to know what exactly is going on under the hood. Frameworks speed up development time and help take care of boring parts of the game, but if something is not working as expected, you can always try to debug that or just write your own solutions in pure JavaScript.

Note: If you are interested in learning about 2D web game development using a game library, consult this series’ counterpart, 2D breakout game using Phaser.

Note: This series of articles can be used as material for hands-on game development workshops. You can also make use of the Gamedev Canvas Content Kit based on this tutorial if you want to give a talk about game development in general.

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This is a basic implementation of the Atari Pong game, but it’s missing a few things intentionally and they’re left as further exploration for the reader.

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Mozilla Firefox Hidden Secret Easter Egg to Play Unicorn Game

Mozilla Firefox-nettleseren har et par påskeegg plantet i den. Dette er skjulte funksjoner eller overraskelser som er innebygd i nettleseren, som lett kan nås via “om:” side. Siden åpner døren for å endre innstillinger, brukergrensesnitt, ytelsesinformasjon og mer. Den mest nyttige er nettadressen om: config, som viser innstillinger og innstillinger som kan inspiseres og endres. Hvis du kjører den nyeste Firefox Quantum 57-versjonen, kan du nyte en ny hemmelighet Påskeegg .

Den skjulte hemmelige påsken som ble avslørt i Nattbygging av Mozilla Firefox nettleser er et “Pong” -spill med en flygende og fargerike enhjørning. Enhjørningen, hvis du husker, gjorde sitt første utseende lenge tilbake i et annet påskeegg.

Spill Unicorn-spill i Firefox Nattlig bygge

Første ting først. Åpne Tilpass vinduet i Firefox. For dette høyreklikker du på hamburgerikonet i øverste høyre hjørne av nettleservinduet og velger “Tilpass” -alternativet.

Etter å ha gjort dette må du flytte alle knappene som er tilstede i verktøylinjen, tilpasse vinduet til Hovedverktøylinjen.

Kort sagt, du må tømme tilpassingssiden ved å dra-n-slippe alle eksisterende elementer til verktøylinjen i Firefox.

Når det er ferdig, vil det skjulte hemmelige påskeegget gjøre utseendet. Du vil legge merke til en ny “Unicorn” boks / knapp lagt til ved rullegardinmenyen “Density”.

Klikk på “Unicorn” -knappen, og det vil starte det hemmelige “Pong” -spillet. Det minner om det klassiske “Jardinains” -spillet.

Du kan spille spillet ved å bare flytte det øvre “Fleksible rommet” -elementet ved hjelp av venstre / høyre piltastene. Det lavere elementet “Fleksibel plass” styres av Firefox.

Når du er ferdig med det, kan du gjenopprette alle standard verktøylinjeknapper og fjerne ekstra knapper ved å gå til “Tilpass” siden og klikke på “Gjenopprett standard” -knappen.

Gi oss beskjed om trikset fungerer for deg og del din erfaring med oss ​​i kommentarfeltet nedenfor.

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Nye funksjoner gir IE 8 et bedre utseende, bedre sikkerhet og bedre samsvarer med webstandarder, men den reviderte nettleseren spiller fortsatt innspill med Firefox.

Mozilla-stiftelsen sier at det fortsatt er på rette spor for å frigjøre Firefox 3.5 Beta 4 en gang senere denne uken til tross for mangel på en fast utgivelsesdato. Beta 4 vil trolig være den siste testversjonen før Mozilla går videre til utgivelseskandidaten til Firefox 3.5. Mozilla har imidlertid ikke gjort det bra på mange av Firefox 3.5-tidsfrister: tidligere i år forsvant Mozilla utgivelsen av Beta 3 – to ganger – før du fortsetter til Beta 4, samt å dumpe navnet Firefox 3.1 for snappier Fi

De fleste av de tidligere forsinkelsene stammer fra Firefox’s nye JavaScript-motor, TraceMonkey, som lover å øke siden laster to ganger raskere enn Firefox 3.0 og ni ganger raskere enn Firefox 2.0 . For øyeblikket inneholder Beta 4 sju høyprioriterte feil som krever reparasjoner, hvorav fem involverer JavaScript-motoren.

SWF supercookies will be blocked first, full click-to-play coming in 2017.

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Firefox will begin retiring Adobe Flash on August 2 with the release of Firefox 48. In 2017, probably with Firefox 53, Flash plug-ins will require the user to actively click-to-play.

In Firefox 48, Mozilla will enable a new Firefox plug-in blocklist by default. Initially the blocklist will be small, mostly containing URLs of Flash SWF files that have been identified by Mozilla as supercookies (i.e. cookies that are very hard to shake off) or fingerprinting files (i.e. they scan your system and create a unique fingerprint, again usually for tracking purposes).

The Github repo explains the criteria for adding new SWFs to the blocklist:

  • Blocking the content will not be noticeable to the Firefox user
  • It is possible to reimplement the basic functionality of the content in HTML without Flash

The Mozilla blog post introducing this blocklist only mentions supercookies and fingerprinting files in passing, though. Rather, Mozilla explains this move as the beginning of the end for Flash: “. Plug-ins often introduce stability, performance, and security issues for browsers. This is not a trade-off users should have to accept.” Thus, Mozilla will gradually add Flash elements that are “invisible to users” to the blocklist, which is “expected to reduce Flash crashes and hangs by up to 10 percent.”

Then, in 2017 (probably Firefox 53 in May), Flash content will be entirely click-to-play: so, you’ll still be able to play Flash games and watch Flash videos, but all of those Flash ads and hidden Flash elements will be completely blocked. (This is functionally very similar to how Chrome has handled Flash elements since September 2015.)

Mozilla hasn’t directly stated that Flash will be completely retired after the click-to-play change, though that is clearly the ultimate end goal. With Firefox 52, released in March next year, every NPAPI plug-in (Java, Silverlight, etc.) will be disabled. except for Flash. Click-to-play is Mozilla’s way of not-so-gently pushing the last few holdouts away from Flash before the guillotine falls.

Firefox 48, due out on August 2, will also be the first time that Electrolysis (splitting Firefox into a content process and a UI process) will be rolled out to the masses. Mozilla’s attempts to win back developers and users continues!

Starting today

Why it matters: Firefox’s Total Cookie Protection feature stops websites and third parties from collecting information and tracking your activity across sites you’ve visited. A new update rolling out today enables it by default for Windows and Mac users. If you want to try it out on mobile, it’s available on the Android version of Firefox Focus.

Mozilla has announced it will enable the Total Cookie Protection feature by default for users of its popular Firefox web browser on Mac and Windows.

Total Cookie Protection works by compartmentalizing cookies for each website you visit. Any cookie deposited in your browser by a site or third-party content embedded in it remains confined in a “cookie jar” assigned only to that website, hidden from other sites you visit.

This approach doesn’t allow web trackers to link up your behavior on multiple sites, reducing the amount of information companies gather about you. As a result, you’ll get fewer targeted ads.

Mozilla initially rolled out Total Cookie Protection about a year ago as a functionality built into ETP Strict Mode. Later, it enabled the feature in Private Browsing windows by default, and earlier this year, the company added the functionality to the Android version of Firefox Focus.

Firefox is currently the 4th most popular desktop web browser, after Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and Safari, making it the most popular non-Chromium-based browser on Windows.

In other news, Microsoft will retire and drop support for Internet Explorer tomorrow.

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A malicious Firefox add-on named “Safepal Wallet” scammed users by emptying out their wallets and lived on the Mozilla add-ons store for seven months.

Safepal is a cryptocurrency wallet application capable of securely holding more than 10,000 types of assets, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin.

Although the malicious browser add-on has been taken down, BleepingComputer has seen the phishing website set up by the threat actors is still up.

$4,000 lost to malicious Firefox add-on

“Today I browsed [through] the add-on list of Mozilla Firefox, I was searching for Safepal wallet extension to use my cryptocurrency wallet also in the web browser,” explains a Mozilla add-ons user who goes by the name, Cali.

Little did Cali know what was coming for them. A few hours after installing and logging in to the add-on with their real Safepal credentials, the user saw their wallet balance drop to $0.

“I was deep in shock. I saw my last transactions and saw that [$4,000 of my funds] were transferred to another wallet. I could not believe it [was an] add-on that is deployed in the add-on list of Mozilla Firefox,” continues the user in Mozilla’s support forum.

The add-on page for ‘Safepal Wallet’, seen by BleepingComputer, stated the add-on was up since at least February 16th, 2021.

On the same page, the 235 KB add-on touts itself to be a Safepal application that securely “saves private key locally,” along with convincing product images and marketing materials.

To publish an add-on on Mozilla’s website, developers are required to follow a submission process that states submitted add-ons are “subject to review by Mozilla at any time.” But, it isn’t clear to what extent are submissions reviewed with regards to their safety.

Within five days of Cali’s public report of the incident this month, a Mozilla spokesperson responded that they were investigating. The page has since been removed by Mozilla.

Although Safepal has official smartphone apps available on both Apple AppStore and Google Play, we are not aware of there being authentic ‘Safepal’ browser extensions.

Thankfully, on Mozilla add-ons store, some users had posted one-star reviews warning others not to download ‘Safepal Wallet’:

But, for Cali, it seems a little too late in the game, and the chances of them getting their funds back are bleak.

“I already talked with the police they can do nothing for me. They told me that there is no way they can trace the hacker. The only solution is left for me is maybe some of you can help me out by figuring out who the hacker was and how I can get my funds back,” states the user.

BleepingComputer reached out to Mozilla to learn more about the issue:

“Extension security is important to Mozilla, and our ecosystem continually responds to changing threats,” a Mozilla spokesperson told BleepingComputer.

“Our recent focus has been on limiting the damage malicious extensions can do, helping users discover Recommended Extensions that we vet and monitor, helping users understand the risks that come with installing extensions, and making it easier for users to report potentially malicious extensions to us.”

“When we become aware of add-ons that pose a risk to security and privacy according to our Add-on Policies, we take steps to prevent them from running in Firefox. In this instance, shortly after we became aware of potential abuse by this extension, we took action to block and remove it from the Firefox Add-on store.”

“Users should be especially cautious about installing software that might have access to private information or financial resources.”

‘Safepal’ phishing domain still up, collecting recovery phrases

While investigating the malicious Firefox add-on, BleepingComputer came across the phishing domain used by the add-on. This webpage, shown below, was also listed as the “support site” link on the fake add-on’s home page:

WHOIS records indicate the phishing site was registered in January this year via Namecheap. At the time of writing, the webpage is still live and instructs the victim to key in their “12-word Backup Phrase in the correct order to pair your SafePal Wallet.”

But once the recovery phrase is entered and the form is submitted, the page simply refreshes without any noticeable response. The recovery phrase is silently sent to the attacker.

Cryptocurrency wallets, like many online services, use a backup phrase consisting of twelve randomly generated words that can be used for recovering the user’s private key and wallet, should they forget their password. But, the recovery phrase is a crucial secret meant to be used under exceptional circumstances and only on the trusted app or website of the service provider.

A stolen recovery phrase can grant attackers control over your wallet along with the ability to access and transfer funds.

In recent times, cryptocurrency scams are growing, with threat actors are finding innovative and hard-to-detect ways to trick users. Just last week, someone hacked the official Bitcoin.org website and successfully scammed visitors for $17,000.

In previously seen attacks, open-source repositories, including npm, PyPI, and GitHub have been abused for spreading both cryptostealing and cryptomining malware.

With the increasing presence of threat actors on online platforms, users should be careful when providing their security phrases or transferring cryptocurrency online.

Mozilla additionally recommends the following steps for assessing the safety of any browser extension:

  1. Ask yourself: Is the extension from a brand or developer that I trust? Does the brand or developer’s official website link to an extension?
  2. Check to see if the developer’s website, blog, or social media activity is consistent with features of the extension
  3. Look at how many other users have installed the extension. Does it have a good star rating and positive reviews?

BleepingComputer has reached out to Safepal for comment and we are awaiting their response. We have also reported the phishing domain in question to Namecheap.

Update, Sep 28th, 00:16: Added statement received from Mozilla after publishing.