Chromium-based browser Vivaldi now comes with a built-in game called Vivaldia, a retro side-scroller set in a cyberpunk universe. The sport is on the market with model 3.four of the browser, and may be performed each on-line and offline throughout Home windows, Max, Linux, and Android. You get to it by visiting “vivaldi://game” utilizing Vivaldi’s handle bar, nevertheless it will also be accessed through a hyperlink on the browser’s begin web page on desktop and Android.
Vivaldia’s gameplay follows a really related template to Google Chrome’s well-known Dinosaur Sport, an easter egg which may be accessed at any time when the browser can’t connect with the web. Vivaldia doesn’t mechanically seem when you possibly can’t connect with the web, nonetheless, and likewise options extra detailed pixel artwork graphics in addition to enemies that you just’re capable of shoot at (Vivaldi has a separate sport that seems when your connection goes down). For those who’re wanting so as to add weapons to Chrome’s dinosaur sport, in the meantime, then why not give Dino Swords a try.
Vivaldi’s 3.4 release additionally comes with a few new browser options together with configurable context menus and the choice to set pages to reload mechanically. You’ll be able to seize it on desktop by downloading it directly from Vivaldi’s site, or on Android from the Google Play Store.