Amidst a series of riddles and a labyrinth of puzzles, Google has revealed more information regarding their annual developer conference Google I/O. While we are still at least 4 months away from Google's annual showcase of all the behind-the-scenes work they've been doing on the future of Google's software, hardware, and services, Google has been incessantly teasing the excited developer (and the newswriters, like me) with little snippets and teasers of information. The latest, and in fact, largest, of these, comes in the form of an overhaul of the Google I/O website, which has been transformed into a riddle-packed labyrinth.

The setting of the website uses Street View and starts in a parking lot, proceeding onwards to a reception office full of little hints and 4 locks to get through to proceed forwards to find out even more information about the upcoming conference. There's a lot to discover if you embark on this journey, so cash in on the fun before they update the site with boring, plain "information". Ugh.

We'll give you a little spoiler: Google I/O 2018 is being held between May 8-10 at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California.

If you want to dive in and experience this weird and wonderful site yourself, you can check it out here!.

What do you guys think? Will you be in attendance at Google I/O this year to see Google's latest and greatest advancements in AI, AR and more? Let us know in the comments, or post over on our forums with your thoughts.

via Android Police