How to hack Google dinogame!
Whirlpool (186)

Hack Google Dino Game!

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Step 1:

Open chrome and start dino game:

just goto chrome and type "chrome://dino" and the dino game will start

Step 2:

Open the inspect tab by pressing "Ctrl+Shift+I" or right click and select inspect

Step 3:

Open the console tab in inspect element

Step 4:

Hack no.1:

Make the dino Run fast:

copy and paste the following in the console:

Runner.instance_.setSpeed(100)

and hit enter
woah! the dino runs fast...


the score above i reached in 1 second!

Hack no.2 :

Make the dino immortal:

first of all we have to store the main property of dino that makes it die...

copy and paste the following code:

var original = Runner.prototype.gameOver

it will do nothing but it will store the original property..

now make the dino immortal:

copy and paste the following code in the console:

Runner.prototype.gameOver = function(){}

and hit enter it will never make the dino die!


amazing!

now to restore the original property:

copy and paste the following:

Runner.prototype.gameOver = original

and it will again make the dino die...

well that's enough hacking!

see you all next day!

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HarperframeInc (456)

@DungeonMaster00 Technically that is false. Browser companies wouldn't be allowed to sell your information, as it would result in a breach of privacy and they would probably get sued.

Instead browsers like to use a default search engine (usually owned by the company itself, such as google to chrome and bing to edge). These search engines like to track you, but some companies like to protect your privacy by implementing Do Not Track, anti-trackers and ad-blocker.

If you use google on firefox, it's the same as using google on chrome. All major browsers usually have strict privacy protection, and you won't get a difference if you switch.

Windows and Edge shouldn't even be allowed to track you. They can only serve you ads based on what they know about you.

Why Linux? Linux is bulky and old. Windows is becoming more open source, and as a result Windows is at a level comparable to Linux. Linux is too focused and not broad enough. And anyways, you'll need a VM to run windows programs, but windows can integrate linux into it's core.