Doodles are the fun, surprising, spontaneous changes that are made to the Google logo. Events turned into Games. Play games anytime
Doodles are the fun, surprising, and sometimes spontaneous changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists, pioneers, and scientists.
For your convenient use, make an extension that aggregates all the games made by Google Doodle in one place. You could turn back in history and play games made with love and care for certain events.
All new games would be added to the extension to make the collection full.
A group of enthusiasts get together regularly to brainstorm and decide which events will be celebrated with a doodle. The ideas for the doodles come from numerous sources including Googlers and Google users. The doodle selection process aims to celebrate interesting events and anniversaries that reflect Google's personality and love for innovation.
A bit of history A Google Doodle is a special, temporary alteration of the logo on Google's homepages intended to commemorate holidays, events, achievements, and notable historical figures of particular countries. The first Google Doodle honored the 1998 edition of the long-running annual Burning Man event in Black Rock City, Nevada, and was designed by co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin to notify users of their absence in case the servers crashed.Subsequent Google Doodles were designed by an outside contractor until 2001, when Page and Brin asked public relations officer Dennis Hwang to design a logo for Bastille Day. Since then, a team of employees called "Doodlers" have organized and published the Doodles.
POPULAR GOOGLE DOODLE GAMES:
If you’re someone who prefers Soccer over Cricket, Google’s 2012 Soccer doodle is here to the rescue. As a goalkeeper, your goal is to stop the goals. To do so, you can use keyboard arrows for positioning yourself and the Space key to stop the incoming ball in the air. Overall, it is a fun game if you like soccer and something you can spend hours on.
Introduced to celebrate the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy, Cricket is a Google Doodle game where you play cricket as a cricket. The game is simple and all you have to do is click on the bat button to score runs. However, it can be a little addictive. The fact that I scored 100 runs while I could’ve just opened it and taken a screenshot speaks for itself.
Any Basketball fans in the house? Introduced as part of the 2012 Summer Games interactive doodles, Basketball Doodle game is a fun game for anyone who loves Basketball. The concept of the game is obviously to throw the ball through the net. You can use the Space bar or mouse button to tweak the pressure level and accurately throw the ball. You should score as many balls as possible in 24 seconds.
- Rubik’s cube
Like it or not, we have all been fascinated by Rubik’s Cube at some point in life. Whether it is for reliving your memories or assessing if your Rubik’s Cube solving skills are still up to the mark, Google’s Rubik’s cube doodle has got you covered. You can use the interactive version to solve Rubik’s Cube right from your web browser using a mouse or keyboard.
- Halloween 2016 game
Dating back from 2016 is a Halloween doodle where you play as a black cat named Momo at Magic Cat Academy. Your task is to swipe spells and save your friends from ghosts. The game has simple controls and is an easy distraction. However, do keep in mind that the difficulty of the game tends to increase as you proceed further. You can try it out if you enjoy the Halloween season and enjoy being in that spirit.
- Halloween 2018
Another Halloween game, because who doesn’t like playing as a cute ghost? Halloween 2018 is a multiplayer interactive game where you can team up with players across the globe to collect as many wandering spirit flames as possible in two minutes and safely return them home. Opponents will try to intercept spirits, but you’ll need to save the spirit flames to win. The game has two teams and each team can have a total of 4 players. You can either start a match with random players or invite your friends through an invite link.
- Halloween 2020 game
- Quick. draw (draw image. if AI recognized it, you’ll win)
Loteria is a Mexican card game for all the card game lovers out there. First up, you have to look for the cards on your cardboard. If you have a matching card, place a bean on that card. You need four beans on any row to win. You can either start a random match with players across the globe or play with your friends by sharing an invite link.
- Kids coding
Introduced to celebrate 50 years of kids coding, Google’s coding for carrots game requires players to collect carrots on the way using code blocks. The idea is to guide the rabbit to collect all the available carrots. All you have to do is specify the right path. As the game advances, you’ll get nuanced controls to efficiently move the character. Kids across the globe have loved this game and chances are, your child is (or you are) likely to get hooked to this game.
- Pac man
Released in 1980, popular maze arcade game Pac-Man holds a special place in the hearts of Generation X and millennials. Whether you want to take a trip down memory lane and revisit the game or introduce the game to your children, you can do it right from Google Doodle games. To play the game, click the link below and click on the ‘Insert Coin’ button.
- Doctor Who’s game
- Pony express
Pony Express – a game where you are a horse rider striving to deliver mails on time from California to Missouri and vice versa. You should try collecting all 100 letters throughout the course of the game and avoid obstacles while you’re at it. Overall, it’s a simple Google Doodle game that you would enjoy when you want to relax and unwind after a busy day.
- Celebrating Pétanque
- Hurdles 2012
Hurdles is another Google Doodle game you can play when you’re bored. In the game, you’re an athlete whose task is to jump through obstacles. You should alternatively press the Left and Right keyboard arrow keys to make the player run and the Space bar to jump. The player increases (or decreases) the running speed depending on how fast you press the arrow keys. While accidentally running into a hurdle won’t exit the game, the player’s running speed takes a significant hit. That’s everything you need to know about this game. Go ahead and try it out!
Scoville is a game created to celebrate the 151st birthday of Wilbur Scoville, popularly known for formulating a system to measure the heat of pepper. You’re an ice cream in the game and you’re supposed to fight the pepper. All you have to do is click right when the red circle reaches the middle spot.
- Slalom Canoe 2012 game
Slalom Canoe is a Google Doodle created to celebrate the competitive sport ‘Canoe slalom’. For those who don’t know, Canoe slalom involves racing against the clock to navigate a canoe through a watercourse. Staying true to the game’s concept, you should navigate a canoe in the doodle game. The game utilizes left and right arrow keys to row the canoe. Pass through all the gates and reach the finish line.
- Pangolin Love
Pangolin Love is from Google Doodle games where your objective is to collect ingredients for baking a cake as a gift to another Pangolin. You’ll be forgiven if you think the concept sounds a bit too cheesy as it is made to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Regardless of your views on Valentine’s Day, you can play the game to collect the items. To play, use the arrow keys to move forward or backward and press the Space bar to jump obstacles.
Extension always up to date with the latest games made by google. We won’t miss any games and will add it asap, so you could play it everywhere anytime.
This extension is not related to Google Inc. and made by independent developers.
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