My local paper pointed me at a great online game, Guess-the-Google. You’re presented with a montage of images gathered from Google’s image search facility and you have 20 seconds to guess what word was being searched for. My score of 183 gets me nowhere near the top 10, but I’ll keep trying.

The game was developed by Grant Robinson from his previous Montage-a-Google, an example of which you can see by clicking the picture above which from a search of “parrots.”

Grant is obviously a clever chap — also enjoy his Scribble facility, Cellular Automata, and his prototype online animator. Good stuff. (Needs Flash 7.0)

Nobody’s prefect. If you find any spelling mistakes or other errors in this post, please let me know by highlighting the text and pressing Ctrl+Enter.

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