Turn any webpage into a marble maze game with Google Chrome’s latest Experiment


Google Chrome’s latest Experiment might just be the most entertaining one yet. “World Wide Maze” allows you to turn any website of your choosing into a 3D Marble Madness-esque game with your computer’s monitor as your main screen and your phone as a tilt controller.

To set this up, all you have to do is have Chrome installed on both your PC and your phone (Android or iOS). Open the World Wide Maze page on both devices and you should be synced up and ready to go in no time! Note that this requires either a phone running at least Android 4.0 or iOS 5.

Alternatively, you can always check out the video below to see the whole thing in action if you can’t or don’t want to try it out for yourself. But come on, where’s the fun in that? Start procrastinating playing!

Bonus: If you enjoyed the Japanese band’s music in the video, they’re called KAISOKU TOKYO and the song is available on their Bandcamp page.

[via Engadget]



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  • DT

    Actually it does playable, just using your keyboard

  • Enrique

    [@rjh] Definitely different teams responsible, but I know what you mean :(

    Give Feedly a shot, I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised if you haven’t yet :)

  • Peter

    There is a link to play with PC only, but after chosing a web-page it says “Transforming. Control the ball with your mobile phone…”. I interrupted theconnection at this point; Fail! Try again, Google!

  • rjh


    So much more useful than Reader :-(

    Just how are Google managing their priorities?