It's the fifth week of official blocking, which means people are looking for new ways to have fun - but the good news is that Google Doodles is struggling to help with boredom.
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The search engine dug into its files to retrieve its popular Google Doodle games - so people can play at home during the pandemic.
From time to time, Google changes its logo for notable events, celebrations and birthdays, but (occasionally) includes interactive games called Doodles.
In a statement, Google said: “As COVID-19 continues to impact communities around the world, people and families everywhere spend more time at home. “
"In light of that, we launched a series of reminiscent Doodle, featuring some of our popular interactive Google Doodle games."
When are Google Doodle games available to play?
The search engine will launch 10 games as part of the series - starting with the 2017 Coding for Carrots game, which involves completing steps to guide a rabbit to a carrot. This one was released yesterday, on Monday, April 27th.
The Google Doodle cricket game is the second to be resurrected for 2020 and is available to play today, Tuesday, April 28. Players simply need to use the mouse and click on the bat when they are ready to hit the ball.
All games can be played on the Google Doodles website and each one will reappear for one day at a time. The eight additional games are listed as "coming soon", but many game fans expect the return of Pac-Man and the Rubik's Cube. Google has not yet confirmed which other games will return, so watch this space ...