Does he look familiar ? If you use Google Chrome, this cute little retro dinosaur should do. He appears on the 'no internet' error page. But it's also a game!
This is that easter egg game extracted from the open source Chromium repository.
All the kudos goes to the Chromium developers! The only difference is that you can play this great game any time, even when you are not offline. Enjoy.
This is the later version, that also includes those pesky pterodactyls!
The portion of the Trex Runner code in Chromium is released under the BSD license, with other parts being subject to a variety of different open-source licenses, including the MIT License, the LGPL, the Ms-PL and an MPL/GPL/LGPL tri-license.
More information on licensing can be found at the Chromium repository at www.chromium.org
At no point has nellyfish.com taken credit for the open source code described above, we have fully acknowledged the Chromium developers.
This free application (no ads) is just a simple example of what a webview is capable of in a mobile or tv application.
Full source code of this application is available from my personal blog site digitalgeek.me