Google shows its love for Star Wars

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  • November 26, 2015
Google shows its love for Star Wars

It appears there are quite a few Star Wars geeks lurking around the Google offices.

To celebrate the impending release of the latest movie in the franchise, the tech company has launched a pair of quirky digital activations that will almost certainly appeal to fans across the world.

The first of these is accessed by typing the phrase 'A long time ago in a galaxy far far away' into the search bar. Rather than met with the regular list of search results, the user is treated to the information on page being presented as though it is the Star Wars intro crawl. 

But Google isn't just celebrating this monumental movie moment with a single egg. It has also launched a separate activation that enables users to choose between the dark or light side and then incorporates this decision across all Google apps.  

 

To bring this to life, users simply need to select a side at Google.com/starwars.  

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