Which are the Most Popular Google Doodle Games?
The most popular Google Doodle Games ever
The first Doodle was designed in 1998 when the founders of Google made new designs on the logo of the well-known Burning Man Festival to notify them of their attendance. Later, in the year 2000, the creators repeated this again to commemorate Bastille Day and since then, more than 4000 Doodles have been designed worldwide to commemorate different events.
For this, other colors are incorporated, the letters are modified or even small video games are added without having to leave the main screen.
London Olympic Games
122nd Anniversary of the Birth of Charlie Chaplin
On the occasion of the commemoration of the 122nd anniversary of the birth of British actor, comedian, composer, producer, screenwriter, director, writer, and editor Charlie Chaplin, Google dedicated a video of two minutes to him as a Doodle and was published on April 16, 2011.
The best Doodle for Google in 2020
During this year 2020, numerous Doodles have also been created to commemorate major events such as the United States Elections, Mother’s Day, or Teacher’s Day. Even so, among all those that we have enjoyed, those designs that refer to the pandemic and the situation we have experienced this year stand out above all. And it is that Google joined the global campaign that was created under the motto of Stay Home. Save Lives.
In addition to this great design, during many of the days of confinement, Google was creating day after day different Doodles that made reference to situations and actions that people could do while staying at home.
Special Google Anniversary Games
In addition to the Doodle that we have mentioned previously about Pac -Man, Google also developed other popular games like the famous Snake game. To commemorate the celebration of the Chinese New Year of 2013, Google surprised the world with an interactive Doodle that simulated the game of Snake.
Another of the best interactive Doodles is the one known as Coding for Carrots and was created in 2017 to commemorate 50 years of Kids Coding, the first programming language designed for children. Through this, children could program to help a rabbit get its favorite food, that is, carrots.
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