When you type "text adventure" into Google, it'll show a list of old-school text-based adventure games, or MUDs, which is how your ancestors used to play RPGs before Windows invented color. But what you probably didn't know is that the search page itself is a text adventure game. If you open up the page's Java console by hitting Ctrl+Shift+J (or Cmd+Option+J if you're on a Mac), between the scary red text threatening to eat your internet you'll see a simple question: "Would you like to play a game?" Saying yes will start a Google adventure that puts you in the body of the big blue G, on a quest to find "your friends red o, yellow o, blue g, green l," and "the always quirky red e." Which raises so many questions. Are the Google letters sentient? Can they see the filth we're typing in the bar under them? Also, what's with that passive-aggressive dig at e? Sounds like there's some relationship drama between those characters.