One of the world's greatest and most famous tennis tournaments, Wimbledon, is entering its final stages in the United Kingdom, and many tennis fans will be watching the matches when they can, or subsequently searching for scores online to find the outcome of those they missed.
Google has been known to hide neat little pop-culture references within its pages to surprise users (remember finger-snapping Thanos?), and it seems that they're up to old tricks again.
Just search for the bad guy and click on the Infinity Gauntlet under his photo, then watch as Thanos "snaps" away half of your results.
Tap the tennis ball icon to start the game.
Players tap on the left or right side of the screen (or use arrow cursor keys on desktop) to serve the ball and then move their athlete from one side to the other.
The game's characters vary, usually taking the form of an animal, a robot, or an astronaut.
As for the game, it's a small and simple game. It's also available when looking for tournaments in years past too, such as when searching for scores from last year's Wimbledon tournament.
It's far from being the first time Google has hidden a mini-game in its search engine. Generally these games are modelleld around current events or festivals.
The search giant has also hidden some classic video games into its search engine, like "Atari Breakout" and "Pac-Man".
If you've played the new Tennis game on Google, you're welcome to share your opinion about it. Hit the comments section below.
Open Chrome on your phone or desktop and type, "Wimbledon Scores", into the Search bar. This deceptively simple game is quite addictive, and it's hard to go on for long without missing a shot.