Does anyone here use the default browser from Windows? If you use the browser, then be happy because Microsoft has just updated the browser by bringing something very exciting to try, which is a unique offline game that can be played through the browser.
Unlike Chrome which presents offline games in the form of Dino running sideways, Microsoft Edge presents an addictive and interesting surfing game to play when our internet connection is lost, the game can be an alternative for those of you who feel bored playing games on the PC.
The Senior Program Manager from Microsoft Edge, William Devereux, explained via Twitter that the game can now be played via Microsoft Edge offline and has received various developments from before where the game was previously released in November 2019 but only as a sweetener and a token of introduction for the new logo from Microsoft Edge.
Now the game has been changed to a permanent game for the browser and can be played anytime you want. For those of you who want to try the game, Here are the steps:
- Make sure your Edge Dev is in the latest version.
- Next, if you are in Edge Dev 82.0.432.3 build version, you can visit the “edge://surf” page to access the game. Normally you will immediately be directed to the Surfing Game.
When you first enter the page, you will be presented with a character selection page. Here you can choose using the left and right arrows then press space to select a character. After character selection, we can control the game by using three main controls on the keyboard such as left, down and right, left to turn left, right to right, and down to straight.
While the direction above, is used to make the character silent for a few seconds and then will slide back. For Pause Games, you can press Space. For the gameplay itself, the speed will be set the longer we last, the sliding process will be faster.
But just a note here, mates. This page seems to be developed. Because sometimes I can’t access the page and it shows an error message: Website is Temporarily Unavailable. How about you, mates? Can you play it?
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