Taylor Swift is always up to something, and this time she's challenging her fans with a word scramble to reveal the titles of her unreleased songs from 1989.
According to Google, its latest easter egg in Search is for Swifties all over the world. 89 scramble puzzles are in store for fans to unlock.
Once a total of 33 million puzzles have been deciphered worldwide, the vault will be unlocked, unveiling the titles of her brand-new songs.
Here’s how it works: When you Google "Taylor Swift," a little blue, beach-themed vault will appear in the bottom right corner of your screen. Click on it, and you'll be met with a 1989-themed word scramble. Once you've cracked the code of the word or phrase, you can type it into the search bar and proceed with the game.
If you've nailed the answer, the trusty blue vault will reappear on the search page for the phrase you Googled, presenting you with another word scramble puzzle to solve.
Taylor gave fans a head start on Instagram, posting a clip of a vault opening and spilling the letters "T-S-U-L" for the first track.
"You can tell me when the *search* is over… if the high was worth the pain," she wrote in the caption.
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The pop sensation announced her upcoming re-recording of 1989 while performing in Los Angeles last month. Taylor's Version of the album will include previously unreleased songs, just like her previous re-recordings.
Taylor had also teased her vault tracks for Fearless (Taylor’s Version) and Red (Taylor’s Version) through cleverly scrambled letter videos.