Early this morning, Chrome took to Twitter to promote their new Think Fast Game, promoting ‘Google Chrome Game’ in the trending topics. The ‘Think Fast’ game is hosted on ChromeFast’s YouTube account and consists of a video that asks you to complete phrases as quickly as you can (i.e. “Mirror Mirror (On The Wall)”, “Humpty (Dumpty)”, “Home Sweet (Home)”) to see if you can think as fast as Google Chrome lets you browse the web. Play Google Chrome’s phrase-completion Think Fast Game or make your own and share it with your friends on Twitter, Buzz, Facebook or via email.
Check out what the Chrome Think Fast game is all about in the video below. But after you watch Chrome’s video, the real fun is in making a video game of your own, complete with your own phrases to share with all your friends.
You can make your own Chrome Think Fast game at YouTube.com/ChromeFast. Click on ‘Create a challenge’ and fill out the form with your own phrases. Check out how I filled mine out in the screenshot below and check out my game here. Were you able to complete all my phrases?
Google really knows how to do viral and this campaign proves it. They started with a promoted tweet this morning and they’re already building quite a buzz. I noticed that the only way to get a link to your game is to share it in some way or form, be it on Twitter, Facebook, Buzz or by email. Only issue is that when I tried to share mine on Twitter the text they provided me with to Tweet was 8 characters too long. Oops! But I guess “Megan’s Phrase Game, Yay!” was a little on the long side in terms of a title. 🙂
I’ll be interested to see how long it takes before #thinkfastgame starts trending. Have you made your own game yet? What phrases did you use?