Earlier this month Google shared its annual list of the most searched-for terms of the year, which included Mac Miller, Black Panther, Anthony Bourdain, Stan Lee and more. As a followup, now the platform presents Game of the Year, a quiz based on the most popular searches of 2018.

By using the simple click-to-choose format, you'll be able to test your knowledge of the year's most inquired-about trends, from who popped up in searches more frequently, Justin Bieber or Justin Trudeau, to do people want more puppies or kittens, and beyond.

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This year accounts for the first that Google has issued a game for its most searched results. Follow here to play.

In related news, Google has announced plans for a new $1 billion campus in New York City. Learn more about the expansion here.

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