Google has introduced a new Chrome Experiment called Roll It. It's essentially a skee ball game that you can control with your phone as you play on your computer.
To play, you touch your phone's screen to aim, and swing it to roll the ball. With one phone, you can have up to three players. You don't have to have Chrome on your phone, but Google says it works better. Either way, you just go to g.co/rollit, sync your device and you should be good to go.
Earlier this year, Google launched Super Sync Sports, a similar Chrome experiment, which also lets you use your phone to control a game on your computer.
Earlier this month, Google showed off another one at Google I/O. That one was called Racer.
Google is certainly looking to up the cool factor for its browser-gone-operating system, and is quickly launching more and more interesting functionalities, including its new conversational search feature and in-app payments via Google Wallet.
New notifications have also been added to the beta channel.
At Google I/O, Google announced that Chrome has over 750 million active users.