New Google Maps mini-game makes finding Waldo easier than ever

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Starting today you can use Google Maps on Android, iOS, and desktop to assist you in finding everyone’s favorite hide-and-seek champion, Waldo. To start the search, you’ll need to update the mobile app (or visit Google Maps on the web) and press play when presented with a waving Waldo. For Android users, you can also ask Google Assistant “Where’s Waldo” to start. Once spotted, you’ll be transported to various locations around the globe where you can win badges and level up throughout the journey. Aside from Waldo, there’s Wenda, Wizard, Whitebeard, Odlaw, and Woof, the dog. When you spot Waldo,…

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Google Maps is adding a Where’s Waldo? mini-game for the next week

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Starting today and continuing on for the next week, Google is bringing Where’s Waldo? to Google Maps. On Android, iOS, and the desktop, you’ll see Waldo pop up in his signature red and white stripes and give you a friendly wave. From there, just tap or click on him and you’ll see the option to play a game that’s straight out of the classic children’s puzzle books. This is one of Google’s annual April Fools’ Day jokes, but the Maps integration is actually happening.

Aside from Waldo himself, you’ll also be on the lookout for his friends Wenda, Woof, Wizard Whitebeard, and also the villainous Odlaw. (If you’re like me, those faces probably won’t be quite as familiar to you when you start playing.)

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Porg Invasion is the Star Wars: The Last Jedi mini-game that’s about to take over Facebook

It wouldn’t be a new Star Wars film without an adorable and yet equally divisive pet-like character from which Disney can launch a merchandising gold mine. The Force Awakens gave us the stoic and circular R2-D2 successor BB-8, but Rian Johnson’s The Last Jedi, which hits theaters today, is all about the porg. To celebrate the puffin-like bird species of planet Ahch-To, on which Luke Skywalker has exiled himself, Disney is launching a Facebook Instant Games mini-game today called Porg Invasion.

To avoid spoilers, let’s just say that porgs are not Chewbacca’s favorite thing in the world. Porg Invasion puts you in the Wookiee pilot’s shoes, with BB-8 as the primary playable character, as you stave off a porg onslaught on the Millennium…

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Facebook releases Halloween effects and mini-game for Facebook and Messenger apps

More than carving pumpkins or gobbling down candy or dressing up in costumes, Halloween is a great excuse to set free your inner dad and go all out on bad puns and cheesy jokes. Facebook is obviously no stranger to a well-placed corny joke, so it’s announcing a bunch of “spook-tacular” new effects for the Facebook and Messenger apps that’ll help users get into the Halloween spirit.

In the camera on both apps, you’ll be able to add effects when taking a photo, including Halloween-themed masks, stickers, and frames directly from the camera.

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Microsoft made a Halo minigame for mixed reality


At an event meant to show off new mixed reality headsets from Microsoft’s partners – including a real nifty Samsung one – Microsoft quietly snuck in an announcement that it had created the first Halo game for mixed reality. It’s called ‘Halo:Recruit,’ and before you get excited, we’re not talking a Halo 6 endeavor. I was able to try out the game for a few minutes, and it’s really more of a target-shooting minigame that happens to have Halo characters than actual entry into the series. I’m not complaining though – it’s fun to look down a crosshair in VR…

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Justice League VR: Join the League is a completely free Cardboard VR minigame collection from Warner Bros.

All you Cardboard VR headset owners should take a quick look at Warner Bros. latest title on the Play Store. It is titled Justice League VR: Join the League, and it is a DC superhero themed minigame collection just released for the Cardboard VR platform. Each minigame has a different DC superhero as its protagonist, with a total of five games to choose from.

Considering that this is a Warner Bros.

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