Google Introduces Interactive Skee-Ball Game

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Google is hoping to convince Internet users to use the Chrome browser, thanks to a new interactive Skee-Ball game.

The game requires the Chrome Web browser, as well as a smartphone.  Users have the ability to throw a ball with their phone, similar to a Wii video game remote.

The game is dubbed a "Chrome experiment", and it can be found here.  Fox 4's Nick Vasos gave it a try on the Fox 4 Morning News.

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