Bing Fun & Games mini-games available in US, UK, and India
Microsoft has added a new Fun & Games section to its Bing search portal.
Fun & Games section on Bing
Fun & Games is now vailable from the drop down hamburger menu at Bing.com/fun, offering users various web-based mini-games — many of which are the perfect choice during a lunch break or a train ride.
The page should currently offer Puzzle and Games, Trivia and Quizzes and more. It should even teach you how to play some of them.
The feature has been available in the US for two weeks, while now it’s just been made available in the UK and India. It doesn’t yet appear to be available in all markets.
Surprise! You can’t access the new Fun and Games section just yet
In the burger menu, you’ll see the new Fun & Games section, but you’ll get a small surprise when trying to access it. When you click on it in order to visit this new cool page, you’ll be disappointed as it currently results in a 404 error that reads:
Page not found
But here’s something you can always find — theBing homepage.
Or try one of these searches for kitten wallpaper, cute animal GIFs, panda dogs.
As it seems, after leading you straight to Bing.com/fun, the feature is unavailable for now.
It’s not very clear what this page could be for. There are some possibilities, like a way of searching for online games (something similar to Google’s Pac-Man doodle) in a directory format and it allows the user to pick them up easily without needing to work out the search term for rendering them.
We’ll just wait some more time until things become clarified and see what’s this all about!
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