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Google Chrome Dinosaur Game: How to Make Your T-Rex Invincible with a Simple Hack


How to Hack the Google Chrome Dinosaur Game




Have you ever played the Google Chrome dinosaur game? It's a simple but addictive game that you can access when your internet connection is down or by typing chrome://dino in your browser's address bar. The game features a cute pixelated dinosaur that runs across a desert, jumping over cacti and dodging pterodactyls. The longer you survive, the higher your score.




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The Google Chrome dinosaur game is a great way to kill some time and have some fun while waiting for your internet to come back or taking a break from work or study. But did you know that you can also hack this game and make it even more fun? By using some simple JavaScript commands, you can make your dinosaur invincible, change its speed and jump height, add more obstacles and enemies, and more.


In this article, we will show you how to hack the Google Chrome dinosaur game and have a blast with it. You don't need any special skills or tools, just your browser and keyboard. Ready to unleash your inner hacker? Let's get started!


How to Play the Google Chrome Dinosaur Game




Before we get into hacking, let's review how to play the Google Chrome dinosaur game in case you are not familiar with it. To access the game, you can either go offline (by turning off your Wi-Fi or disconnecting your Ethernet cable) or type chrome://dino in your browser's address bar. You will see a screen with a dinosaur and a message saying "No internet".


To start the game, press the space bar or the up arrow key on your keyboard. The dinosaur will start running and you will see cacti and other obstacles coming from the right side of the screen. To make the dinosaur jump over them, press the space bar or the up arrow key again. To make the dinosaur duck under flying pterodactyls, press the down arrow key. The game will get faster and harder as you progress, and you will see the background change from day to night. The game will end if you hit an obstacle or a pterodactyl, and you will see your final score.


The Google Chrome dinosaur game is simple but addictive, and it can be a challenge to beat your own or your friends' high scores. But what if you want to spice things up a bit and have some more fun with the game? That's where hacking comes in.


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How to Hack the Google Chrome Dinosaur Game




Hacking the Google Chrome dinosaur game is not as hard as it sounds. You don't need to download or install anything, or mess with the game's code. All you need is your browser's built-in tool called Chrome DevTools, which allows you to inspect and modify web pages. By using some JavaScript commands, you can change various aspects of the game and customize it to your liking.


To hack the Google Chrome dinosaur game, you need to open Chrome DevTools first. There are two ways to do this:


  • Right-click anywhere on the game screen and select Inspect from the menu that appears.



  • Press Ctrl+Shift+I on your keyboard (or Command+Option+I on Mac).



A new window or panel will open on the right side or the bottom of your browser, showing various tabs and options. You need to select the Console tab, which is where you can enter and execute JavaScript commands. You will see a blinking cursor next to a > symbol, indicating that you can type something.


Now that you have opened Chrome DevTools and selected the Console tab, you are ready to hack the Google Chrome dinosaur game. Here are some of the hacks that you can try:


How to Make the Dinosaur Invincible




One of the easiest and most fun hacks that you can do is to make your dinosaur invincible, meaning that it can never die or lose the game. To do this, you need to enter this JavaScript command in the Console:


Runner.prototype.gameOver = function()


This command basically overrides the game's function that ends the game when you hit an obstacle or a pterodactyl, making it do nothing instead. Press Enter after typing or pasting the command, and voila! Your dinosaur is now invincible and can run forever without any fear.


To test this hack, try hitting an obstacle or a pterodactyl on purpose and see what happens. You will notice that nothing happens, and your score keeps increasing. You can also see that your dinosaur's eyes are closed, indicating that it is in "bliss mode". Enjoy your infinite run!


How to Change the Dinosaur's Speed and Jump Height




Another hack that you can do is to change your dinosaur's speed and jump height, making it run faster or slower, and jump higher or lower. To do this, you need to enter these JavaScript commands in the Console:


Runner.instance_.setSpeed(1000)


Runner.instance_.tRex.setJumpVelocity(100)


The first command changes your dinosaur's speed, and the second command changes your dinosaur's jump height. The numbers in parentheses are the values that you can change according to your preference. The higher the number, the faster or higher your dinosaur will be. The default values are 6 for speed and 10 for jump height.


For example, if you want to make your dinosaur run super fast and jump super high, you can enter these commands:


Runner.instance_.setSpeed(100)


Runner.instance_.tRex.setJumpVelocity(50)


If you want to make your dinosaur run super slow and jump super low, you can enter these commands:


Runner.instance_.setSpeed(1)


Runner.instance_.tRex.setJumpVelocity(1)


You can experiment with different values and see how they affect your gameplay. Be careful though, as some values may make the game too easy or too hard, or even impossible to play. How to Add More Obstacles and Enemies




If you want to make the game more challenging and exciting, you can also add more obstacles and enemies to the game. To do this, you need to enter this JavaScript command in the Console:


Runner.instance_.horizon.addCloud()


This command adds a cloud to the game, which is not really an obstacle or an enemy, but just a decoration. However, you can replace the word "Cloud" with other words to add different things to the game. Here are some of the words that you can use and what they do:


Word


Effect


Cactus


Adds a cactus to the game, which is an obstacle that you have to jump over.


Cacti


Adds a group of cacti to the game, which is a bigger obstacle that you have to jump over.


Pterodactyl


Adds a pterodactyl to the game, which is an enemy that you have to duck under or jump over.


Moon


Adds a moon to the game, which is a decoration that appears in the night mode.


Star


Adds a star to the game, which is a decoration that appears in the night mode.


You can add as many things as you want to the game, and they will appear randomly on the screen. You can also combine different words to create more v


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