365 days playing "Chrome's Dinosaur", the Guinness Record that you can follow live
A streamer from Costa Rica wants to play this Google minigame 365 days in a row, although it seems that this challenge has a great trick.
Chrome's dinosaur is one of those great Easter eggs that Google often drops on many of its services. In the past we have already seen hidden games by Google, for example, and the Chrome dinosaur appears when we lose our Internet connection. At that moment a dinosaur appears in the browser and if we press the space bar we can start a minigame in which to jump and dodge objects with this dinosaur while we increase our score.
Now the Chrome dinosaur will be the protagonist of a new Guinness Record, at least it will try, thanks to a user from Costa Rica. The streamer Cortesgo will try to break the record in a live stream that will last no less than 365 days. Of course, could this record be invalid?
And it is that as is normal Cortesgo will have to carry out activities totally necessary for a human being such as eating, sleeping or doing the necessities of him. For all this, it is impossible for the dinosaur game to be continuous and as perfect as it can be seen on some occasions, so the 365-day streaming probably has a trick.
Most likely, Cortesgo is using some type of bot to help him achieve this milestone, programs that allow him to leave the dino game by adding points while he carries out his day-to-day activities. Otherwise it would be practically impossible to play this minigame 365 days, no matter how simple, without failing even once. In addition, there is always the danger of a power outage, which is why Cortesgo asks for a Like for his video.
Although it seems impossible, streaming has hundreds of live players and more than 259 thousand people have supported it, although 47 thousand people have voted negatively when verifying that it is almost certainly a bot who plays the game.