On special dates or just when the theme is really cool, Google puts a fun little game on its main page. Let's see some of the funniest Google Doodle ever released
- How Google Doodle came about
- Google Doodle Games
- 1. Pac Man
- 2. Atari breakout
- 3. Halloween
- 4. Make your Monster Movie
- 5. Olympics
- 6. T-Rex Run
- 7. Oskar Fischinger
- 8. Star Trek
- 9. Ludwig van Beethoven
- 10. Alan Turing
- 11. Robert Moogs
- 12. Frank Zamboni
- 13. Cricket
- 14. Snake Game
- 15. Solitaire
- 16. Valentine's Day
- 17. Doctor Who
- 18. Garden dwarfs
- 19. Wilbur Scoville
- 20. Minefield
- 21. Savoy Ballroom
- 22. Lottery
- 23. Hip Hop
- 24. Shadow art
- 25. Tic-tac-toe
- 26. Programming for Children
- 27. Pony Express
- 28. Bach
Today we’re going to talk about something that a lot of people shouldn’t know, but the Google has little games hidden in your browser. You, when opening the search page, must have come across the different Google logo in honor of something or someone. Well, often, this content can be an interactive game!
Os known Google Doodle games, they are games that the user plays within their own browser, they are classic games that are great everyday pastimes. In this article we'll show you which are the 28 best games and how to find them. It is possible to access and play the Doodles via computer or mobile. And, of course, completely free!
How Google Doodle came about
It arose when Google's founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, played with the company's logo in 1998, even before the search engine became popular. The first Doodle was paid homage to The Burning Man Festival, and the edition was made to signal that they would participate in the festival that year.
Although the first doodle was relatively simple, there was the idea to decorate the company logo to celebrate notable events.
In 2000, two years later, they asked Dennis Hwang, an intern at the time (now a webmaster), to create another Doodle, this time in honor of Bastille Day. This became extremely popular with users and Dennis was promoted as head of Doodles, which started to appear more often on Google's homepage.
Today, a team, called doodlers, takes care of these creations and since then more than four thousand Doodles have been created worldwide. There is a whole affection and attention with them, which are very well received by the public. Extremely creative, Doodles are always celebrations or tributes, from big holidays like Halloween (Halloween), to more unknown minds like Wilbur Scoville, creator of the “hotness” scale of peppers (which is even in this article!)
As the years passed, the Doodles were being improved, containing not only a differentiated logo, but also bringing content to these logos, which could be a video, images, games, artificial intelligence, among others.
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List of 28 of the Best Google Doodle Games
1. Pac Man
Have you ever thought about playing the classic Pac-Man on a custom map with the Google logo? Well, that's what we have here in this tribute to 30 years of the game.
To play, just click on “Insert coin” and use the arrow keys to control the character. Clicking the button again, you can even add Mrs. Pac-Man and play with a partner. In this case, the second player uses the WASD keys.
2. Atari Breakout
Atari Breakout was originally released on 1974 and became one of greatest classics in the gaming world. Over the years, many versions of the game were made in honor of the first version of 1974. Google was no different and in 2013, relaunched the Atari Breakout through a easter egg, hidden in the Google Images search tool.
This is one of the most loved and fun games on Google Doodle, a special from Halloween.
In the Google Doodle game, users are Momo, a cat, and they need to seize their desire and help stave off a “ghostly catastrophe” by casting spells to save their friends and restore peace in the Magic Cat Academy. draw the shapes that appear on top of their heads. The game was so successful that in 2020 a continuation, with new challenges, this time underwater.
4. Make your Monster Movie
In 2015, the Japanese filmmaker Eiji Tsuburaya would make his 114th birthday and got a doodle in his honor with a game that reminiscent of some of his greatest creations: Ultraman and Godzilla (he was the co-creator of the monster). In doodle, you'll make a monster movie in the best Tsuburaya style, with actors dressed as monsters, glued cardboard buildings, cables to carry the actor dressed as a hero! A must-have game for any fan of the genre.
Every year, Google displays on its homepage several games related to sports present in the Olympic competition, such as canoeing, soccer and obstacle racing. One of the most popular was basketball, a simple and addictive game. This year, in honor of the Japanese Olympics, a whole story with anime aesthetic was created so that you can become the “gods” of the games and win your medals.
6. T-Rex Run
O T-rex run, or the dinosaur game, appears when the Chrome browser detects that you are offline. Precisely, the game appears on the error page 'Unable to connect to the Internet'.
The dinosaur must jump and dodge obstacles, at an increasing speed. To start, just press the up arrow on the keyboard or the space bar.
7. Oskar Fischinger
On his 117th birthday, the animator and filmmaker Oskar Fischinger (1900-1967) receives a contemporary tribute: its own Google Doodle, allows the user to compose music, which is complemented by abstract visual images. Its colors and movements are planned with great care, but naturally fun, timing so precise but human.
8. Star Trek
Google doodle honors 46 years of American TV series Star Trek (Star Trek, in Brazil), originally broadcast from September 8, 1966 to 1969. Google turned the letters of your name into characters on the show, and the logo is interactive and allows you to create a story by clicking on some items. Clicking on the door, for example, the scenario changes. Arriving in the other room, the characters can still “transport” to another place.
9. Ludwig van Beethoven
In celebration of what would be the 245th anniversary of the musician and composer Ludwig van Beethoven. It is a browser game, in which the young Beethoven loses his scores in the most curious ways. The goal is to put together the musical notes parts in the correct order so that the song plays as it was composed on the piano. It is necessary to match a jigsaw puzzle to form the classical music passage.
10. Alan Turing
To celebrate the birthday of the computer genius Alan Turing, the logo is a representation of the look and functionality of the Turing machine, a machine that was the springboard for modern computing. This Doodle asks you to solve the puzzle by completing the Google logo in a pattern of 0s and 1s.
11. Robert Moogs
The Doctor. Robert Moogs he was the creator of the synthesizer (80s pira). And then, on the date it celebrated its 78th birthday, Google developed a doodle that simulates a synthesizer. Just like Paul's electric guitar, here you can play, record and share.
12. Frank Zamboni
The tribute was paid to Frank ZamCute, an inventor from the beginning of the last century. The invention in focus here is the ice repair machine – which we hardly know here in Brazil. The object of the game is to clear the ice from the trail of people passing by. As with the other Doodles, the objective is very simple, but it's great to pass the time. Great for those who enjoy doing some drifts.
in the doodle of Cricket, you are a cricket who needs to hit the ball in a game of cricket in honor of the ICC Champions Trophy, an international cricket tournament.
14. Snake Game
The famous snake game, which gained notoriety for being installed on Nokia cell phones, was Google Doodle in 2013. The game was revamped, with a background map and a train in place of the famous little snake. The objective of the game is for the user to guide the train to pick up passengers in different places. You can choose your destination and tour the most famous and famous sights in the world, such as the Eiffel Tower in Paris and the Tower Bridge in London. Among the route options is the city of São Paulo.
There is also a another version of the snake game, which is simpler and can be played directly from the Google search page, just search for “google snake” and it already appears in the search results.
A very interesting version of the game was also created. Solitaire (known here as Patience), you can do this process on virtually any platform, whether it's in your internet browser on your PC, Android, or iPhone.
No Valentine's Day In 2017, a Doodle was released in which you control a pangolin, looking to collect items to present to your partner.
17. Doctor Who
In 2013, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the iconic Doctor Who , a special Doodle was released with a super interesting and challenging game. The game was inspired by Monument Valley, and through it you can choose your character and collect the letters to form the word GOOGLE, each level provides a different letter.
18. Garden dwarfs
Yes, that's what you read, there's a Doodle that pays homage to Garden dwarfs! In Germany, in June, Garden Day is celebrated. And it was on this day in 2018 that Google launched this game in honor of these little creatures.
In this game, you control a catapult and shoot a dwarf (which you can choose from several after completing the mission for the first time) as far as possible, planting flowers in your path. There is a certain resemblance to the game Angry Birds.
19. Wilbur Scoville
This 2016 Doodle was released in celebration of what would be the 151st anniversary of Wilbur scoville, who created a scale to define the sting of each pepper. Here you are an ice cream, which must defeat the peppers by freezing them. In addition to being fun, this game is educational as it explains some of the properties of each pepper.
Ah, another classic. O Minefield.
You probably already know how this game works. Just click on the squares and numbers will be revealed that indicate the amount of bombs nearby. The objective is to find all the squares that don't contain bombs, and mark all the bombs with flags (right mouse button). Simple and complicated at the same time, it requires a lot of thinking and promises to have fun for hours.
21. Savoy Ballroom
Doodle's interactive game that celebrates swing dancing and the Savoy Ballroom – an iconic Swing Era dance hall that thrived between the 1920s and 50s in New York's Harlem neighborhood. Frankie Manning and Norma Miller, two of the members of Whitey's Lindy Hoppers, unveiled a commemorative plaque where their entrance was located. The Savoy Ballroom made history as one of the first racially integrated public spaces in the United States when it opened its doors with a non-discrimination policy in 1926.
This Doodle is for you to play with a friend. Based on the Mexican joke “Lottery“, it works like a bingo, whoever fills the card in the indicated direction (changes every game) first wins! When creating a game, it will generate a link, which you send to your friends to compete.
23. Hip Hop
Released in celebration of the birth of the genre Hip Hop, you can be a DJ, mixing two historical tracks and, as a bonus, learn a little about their history.
24. Shadow art
O shadow art is a more interactive game. From it you must create animal shadows with your hands in front of the camera, so that the system recognizes your achievement. There are 20 seconds given for you to assemble your shadow.
This Doodle was created to celebrate the arrival of the Chinese New Year (or Lunar New Year) in 2018. It is possible to create a shadow of the 12 animals that make up the Chinese (or lunar) calendar.
Or maybe you prefer the good old Hash (haha). You probably already know, but the goal here is to form a series of 3 figures (you can choose between the X and the O) in a row before your opponent does.
It is possible to play against the computer in easy, medium and impossible difficulties or even against a friend. To find the game in your browser, just search for 'tic tac toe'.
This is another favorite. In 2017, to celebrate 50 years since the language of Programming For Kids was introduced to the world.
In the game, you must take the rabbit to the carrots using simple programming codes such as "go ahead", "turn" and "repeat". Just place the commands on the bar and play to see the rabbit execute them.
27. Pony Express
O Pony Express it may have been short-lived in the US (founded in 1860 and closed in 1861), but it was a landmark for the country's post office. Mail was carried on horseback, and it was faster than the sea. In 2015, the foundation of the pony express celebrated 155 years, and this Doodle was named after him.
In this Doodle then you are one of those couriers who must travel by horse collecting the letters (there are 100 in total) and avoiding the obstacles so that they all reach their destination safely. It is a very simple game, but it should not be underestimated, it is very difficult to collect all 100 matches and keep them until the end!
Creek was the first Doodle made with AI (Artificial Intelligence), and it was to celebrate the anniversary of Johann Sebastian Bach, famous musician and composer. Doodle's premise is simple: you'll add notes on a blank score to assemble your melody. The AI then, based on a huge database, completes the opening melody with harmonies and that's it! Another work of art is born. It's a lot of fun to pass the time.
You can check these and several other special Doodles on the Google Doodles. To stay on top of new Doodles, just visit the Google website daily and check if there's anything new! For Chrome users, there is an extension available called Google Doodle Notifier, just install it and you will receive notifications when there are new Doodles to check.
So, did you already know about the existence of these games that are completely free, simple and fun? If you liked this list, comment the games you like the most and share other games with us! You can read more about the Google on our website.