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Check out this neat little trick on the Google I/O site

If you know Google, you know that the company isn’t averse to building a few neat little tricks into its products.

Now it looks like it’s taken the same kind of attitude into the site for its annual I/O developers’ conference. If you click on the images of an “I” and an “O” on the site, you’ll find yourself escorted to a new page, each of which is themed to play a sound effect.

It’s a neat little bit of fun, although cracking the various codes can get a little frustrating at times. The ones we have managed to crack make it worth it though.

There’s a space page:

Google IO

An instruments page:

Google IO Synth

The single-player pong page:

Google IO Pong

According to The Next Web, there’s also a bowling page and an eight-bit page, although we haven’t been able to find those yet.

If you want to get going without all the hard work of figuring the code out, here’s a hint for one of the pages: IIOIOOII.

Let us know if you manage to find any other kickass pages.

Author | Stuart Thomas

Stuart Thomas
Stuart is the editor-in-chief of Engage Me Online. After pursuing an MA in South African literature, he spent five years reporting on the global technology scene. Intrigued by the intersection of technology and work, he joined Engage Me as the editor-in-chief. He is a passionate runner, and recently ran... More