Introducing Google Maps 8-bit Google provide services for a wide
range of devices from desktop computers to mobile devices
including tablets. But we long neglected one of the most
popular computer systems ever sold and I’m here to introduce Google Maps 8-Bit version as a first product for NES First we developed a new type of
cartridge with dial up technology, allowing NES
to connect to Google. We run more than a hundred thousand servers to overcome
the NES’s technical limitations 8-bit maps are generated by Google’s cloud in realtime Its really easy to use, insert the cartridge, connect the cable then turn the power on Blow on the cartridge
to fix bugs. And you are automatically
connected to the Internet. Lets start from the title screen. Select the search, and enter a name or place
just like the regular Google Maps. You can of course search your route
to your destination You can also search with your voice using the pad 2 mic. Google Maps 8-bit version will soon be available in the Google Store.
But for now you can play the trial version by going to Google Maps and click the “Quest” button
on the top right corner.