Google has reportedly extended its experimental tool ”Build with Chrome” to users around the globe, allowing them to play the classic building bricks game Lego. Also Read - Windows 11: How to change the default web browser
The search giant had introduced the virtual Lego tool, WebGL in 2012, allowing users to stake out a plot of land in Australia and publish their creations to that location. Now, the project has been made open to everyone and users can stake land in any part of the world and the geographical features makes it possible to browse user creations by location, The Verge reports.
Users can also see what their Google+ friends have built with the tool, apart from searching with filters for specific kinds of creations like buildings. Google said that the WebGL tool works in Chrome, and users can also play on the Android version of the web browser, as long as one has a device with ”high-end graphics capabilities”.