Amid coronavirus outbreak Google doodle games are back for users

google doodle games
google doodle games

Starting April 27, the Google is re-launching ten Google doodle games over two weeks with one of the playable doodles making a comeback every day. When a users mouse hovers over the doodle on the Google homepage, a message appears that says Stay and Play at Home with Popular Past Google Doodles.

Google doodle games

As people around the world continue to deal with lock downs to slow the spread of COVID-19, Google has started bringing back some of its old doodles that were games that you can play on the browser. The first game to be brought back is the doodle titled Coding for Carrots. The popular game initially launched back in 2017 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Logo, the first-ever programming language designed for children’s use.

All of these doodle-based games have been preserved and archived on the Google Doodle Blog. The company is staggering the games over two weeks to ensure that each days game has a variety of players. Doodles in the past years have had multiplayer support. Owing to the COVID-19 outbreak, most nations across the globe are under lockdown, and more than half of the population of the world is spending more time at home. To know more technology news click here.

Recently, Google announced free access to the paid version of its cloud-based game streaming platform Stadia and now with the Google Doodle games campaign. The company wants to promote gaming at home to keep people entertained while they stay at home, avoiding the spread of coronavirus. Google is trying to cheer people up and give them something to pass the time.