Google Launches 89 Puzzles to Reveal 1989 Vault Song Titles
Taylor Swift has partnered with Google for a virtual Easter egg hunt to reveal the track titles for the vault songs on her upcoming re-recording of her album 1989. However, many fans have been frustrated by technical difficulties that have prevented them from participating in the game.
Google announced on Tuesday that its search function will populate a series of 89 puzzles that fans can solve to eventually reveal the names of those new songs.
“You’ll be helping Swifties around the world get out of the woods (or unlock the vault) as everyone collectively solves 33 million puzzles,” Google said. “And that’s how it works, that’s how you get the vault track titles!”
Some international fans first noticed a little blue vault populate on Saturday when searching “Taylor Swift,” building anticipation as Swifties awaited the reveal of what the vault meant.
Fans Frustrated by Technical Difficulties
Many fans have expressed frustration on social media about the technical difficulties that have prevented them from playing the game. Some fans have reported that they are unable to access the vault, while others have said that the puzzles are too difficult or that the game is crashing.
“I feel like Taylor constantly forgets how big she is,” one user posted on X, formerly known as Twitter. “33 million is a lot when you take into account the vault not working. Google has to process who is playing the game and who is genuinely trying to search for sunglasses which I think is what screws this all up”