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.

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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