Into the search bar type "Wimbledon scores" - now, it may look like you're just getting all the spoilers on those matches you were waiting to watch, but the game is hidden away here.
Lest it go undiscovered before the UK's Wimbledon Championships conclude this weekend, Google wants to make sure people know about its tribute to the year's penultimate Grand Slam tennis tournament.
July means the tennis world is abuzz with action and drama, as the Wimbledon final approaches.
Clicking or tapping that will launch a small pong-style tennis game. This should come up whether you're searching on the desktop or on a mobile device, both in a web browser or in Google's app.
In the dark purple bar, that lists options like "Men's Singles" and "Women's Singles", click and hold, then drag your mouse along to the left, to reveal a yellow tennis ball icon at the far right.
Move left and right using the arrow keys on the keyboard, or touch the on-screen buttons on your phone, to return.
A player-controlled character sets up on one side of a tennis court, their opponent on the other.
The game is relatively simple, with characters including animals, astronauts, and even Android's own mascot appearing.
Searches for "start playing tennis" have also more than doubled, the company said. Generally these games are modelleld around current events or festivals. And of course, there's the beloved dinosaur game that appears in Chrome when there's no internet connection available. There's not much to the game itself, but it can get on your nerves because it's deceptively simple but hard to keep playing for long without missing shots, and one missed shot equals "game over".