Feeling stuck and bored at home? Google’s Google Doodle Games Reappear in Coronavirus Pandemic and some of its hottest Google Doodle matches to overcome your boredom!
Now’s Google Doodle is a reversion of the December 4, 2017 doodle, with a doodle celebrating 50 years of kids coding. “Coding for Carrots”, The interactive doodle challenges users to use coding to guide a rabbit across blocks to collect carrots
According to Google, “In the game, you’ll create simple combinations of commands that will tell your rabbit how to collect the carrots on each level. If you or your children are particularly interested in today’s throwback Doodle, consider introducing them to Scratch, a kid-oriented programming language that the game is loosely based on.”
The Google Doodle was posted in Computer Science Education Week to honor the 50th anniversary of Logo, the earliest coding language.
The throwback doodle is the very first of a succession –of potentially 10–in which Google will look back at some of its famous interactive doodles.
Google Doodle captioned today’s doodle: “As COVID-19 continues to impact communities around the world, people and families everywhere are spending more time at home. “In light of this, we’re launching a throwback Doodle series looking back at some of our popular interactive Google Doodle games!”
Which Doodles will Feature?
Google has yet to declare that doodles will make a reappearance on our home pages and are fan favorites, but it could be your favorite Fourth of July 2019 doodle. This doodle was a baseball game at which users played against a group of peanuts as foodstuffs like hamburgers and hot dogs.
Yet another famous Google Doodle, that has been released in December 2019, celebrated the Mexican card game Lotería. It’s likely that Lotería might possibly be one of the people’s favorites, although the featured games are yet to be announced.
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Within this game, players could play random players or friends as they try to match their cards with the one dealt, with the hopes of matching the correct pattern marked by token beans.
Perla Campos, Global Marketing Lead at Google Doodle, wrote at the time: “A smile instantly comes to my face every time I think of Lotería. I think of being with my extended family in Mexico for the holidays, scattering around my Tia Cruz’s house, anxiously waiting for a round to start. “I think of us tossing beans at each other in attempts to distract the other from our boards. Most importantly, I think of the laughter, the excitement, and how all the worries of the world melted away as this game brought us together, even if just for a few hours.”
On earth day, the doodle invited users to direct a bee while they learned interesting facts about bees on the way since it pollinated flowers.
Google Doodle has made its previous games available in its archive, if you don’t need to wait to find out whether your favorite is featured in the throwback series, you can play Google Doodles online today.