Popular Google Doodle Games – Google wants to help cure your boredom

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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!

Celebrating 50 years of Kids Coding – Dec 4, 2017

April 27: The first day’s featured popular Google Doodle game, “Coding for Carrots,” With today’s Doodle — the first coding Doodle ever — celebrated fifty years of coding languages for children by “Coding for Carrots.”

Google’s most popular Doodle games

coding for carrots

ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Begins! June 1, 2017

April 28: Doodle that celebrated the ICC Championships Trophy 2017 by letting you play cricket as a cricket. To celebrate the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy, Inviting everyone to tap or click and take a swing at our pocket-size game!

icc championship trophy

Oskar Fischinger’s 117th Birthday – June 22, 2017

April 29: Celebrating the 117th birthday of Oskar Fischinger, filmmaker and visual artist. This Doodle gives you a simple and fun way to create music with incredible accompanying visuals. In the world of design, Fischinger is a towering figure, especially in the areas of animation and motion graphics.

fischinger doodle game

Clara Rockmore’s 105th Birthday – March 9, 2016

April 30: Clara Rockmore made music from thin air. By moving your mouse or finger over the notes, you can perform your own masterpiece on the theremin, A point of light controls volume and pitch. Sound designer Manuel Clement helped with the button sound effects.

Stay and play at home with today’s featured throwback: 

Our 2016 Doodle game celebrating Clara Rockmore!


Garden Gnomes (2018)- May 1, 2020

May 1: celebrating garden gnomes for Garden Day 2018 (a German holiday. you can choose from six colorful gnomes with different shapes, weights, and bounciness. Its a fantastic game in the ever popular genre of catapult games. 


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