Kick with Chrome: Football or Soccer-themed Chrome Experiment
Article by George Norman
On 20 Jun 2014
With the FIFA World Cup in full swing, Google decided to roll out Kick with Chrome, a new Chrome Experiment that features three games: Infinite Dribble, Shootout, Space Kick.

“Whether you’re from Croatia, Cameroon or Colombia, chances are you’re cheering on your country’s team as they vie for the ultimate soccer achievement: winning the 2014 FIFA World Cup,” said Julia Harter, Product Marketing Manager. “Now Chromies around the world can get in on the action with Kick with Chrome, a new Chrome Experiment that will help you tap into your inner soccer champion.”


With the FIFA World Cup in full swing, it is the perfect time to unveil a football/soccer-themed game. And that is precisely what Google did. The Mountain View-based company recently announced the release of a new Chrome Experiment called Kick With Chrome. Here’s a short video presentation.

The Kick with Chrome experiment, as mentioned above, features three games: Infinite Dribble, Shootout and Space Kick. Here’s a quick presentation of these games (in the same order they are presented in the video above).

Kick with Chrome – Games
  • Infinite Dribble – dodge defenders and other obstacles by tilting your phone or tablet.
  • Shootout – kick the ball and try to score; try to block penalty shots.
  • Space Kick – kick the ball in the sky and try to get it as high as possible.
Please note that your Android-powered phone or tablet is the game controller. You can play with or without your desktop computer. But you cannot play without an Android controller.

In related news, I remind you that last month, Google rolled out Spell Up, a Chrome Experiment and fun word game that will help you improve your English and hone your spelling skills.

In further related news, I remind you that Google provides easy access to lots of useful information about the FIFA World Cup. Click here to see how Google is your guide to the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Tags: FIFA, World Cup, Google, Chrome Experiments, Kick with Chrome, Android, football, soccer
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