Here Are The Easter Egg Codes And Pages For Google’s I/O 2013 Developer Site

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Google have launched a new interactive site for their I/O 2013 with quite a few hidden Easter Eggs for people to find.

Users can try to get to the various hidden pages by clicking the I’s and O’s in the correct order, which when entered correctly will take you to the corresponding page which has either games to play, tunes to create and other interactive goodness.

One thing I have noticed though, is that while all these pages were available via the desktop, accessing some of the pages can’t be done via your mobile device. When I tried inputting the code 10001000 for the Synth page on my Nexus 4 running Jelly Bean 4.2.2 with Chrome version 18.0.1025469 it shows the code as inputted incorrectly when I get to a certain point. Not sure if this is just a bug with Jelly Bean or the mobile version of Chrome.

Google IO Synth page Bug

Apart from that it’s a lot of fun (Pong being my favourite) so go check out the Google I/O 2013 page for yourself. If you can be bothered though to find them all, I have listed the available pages below along with the I/O code sequences required below:

  1. Cat 11100111
  2. Space 00101010
  3. Pong 10000001
  4. Bacon 10010000
  5. Simone 11010011
  6. Eightbit 01010011
  7. Song 11011011
  8. Synth 10001000
  9. Ascii 01111111
  10. Bowling 01110101
  11. Rocket 01000101
  12. Burger 00111001
Below are screenshots of the pages that you can find
Cat
11100111_Cat
Space
00101010_space
Pong
10000001_Pong
Bacon
10010000_Bacon
Simone
11010011_Simone
Eightbit
01010011_Eightbit
Song
11011011_Song
Synth
10001000_Synth
Ascii
01111111_ascii
Bowling
01110101_Bowling
Rocket
01000101_Rocket
Burger
00111001_Burger
Google I/O is an annual developer-focused conference held by Google in San Francisco, California. Google I/O features highly technical, in-depth sessions focused on building web, mobile, and enterprise applications with Google and open web technologies such as Android, Chrome, Chrome OS, Google APIs,Google Web Toolkit, App Engine, and more.

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