You all know about the PlayStation and Xbox, but have you heard about the hottest new gaming platform yet? It is Google!
If you need a quick few minutes to refresh yourself at work, or need some sort of amusement in the middle of a boring lecture, you can play Google Doodle games on your device. You do not need any additional accessories like controllers. All you need is a Wi-Fi connection like Spectrum Cable Internet or any other and you are all set to go. Even though these games have an offline mode, you need a data connection if you plan to switch between multiple devices so your progress is not lost. Without the internet, the work saves locally only.
Top Google Doodle Games
Google Doodles are the creative and fun modifications you see on the Google logo to celebrate special occasions like holidays, historical personalities, and anniversaries. Sometimes, the team comes up with thematic games to play directly in your browser. Here is a list of the most popular and interactive Google Doodle games that you will love.
Doodle Champion Island Games
It is a fun sports role-playing game developed by Google. The main idea was to celebrate Tokyo Olympics, 2020. The game is about Lucky the Ninja Cat that is competing in various sports across the island to become the champion. It is a complete set of mini-games like archery, table tennis, swimming, marathon, skateboarding, and many others.
To honor the 155th anniversary of the historical courier Pony Express, Google came up with this exciting yet simple game. You act as a courier horse collecting mail while saving yourself from all the hurdles. The goal is to gather at least 100 envelopes. The fascinating part about it is the video that plays alongside the game that explains the entire history of the courier service.
Are you a fan of spicy peppers like many others? Do you know that before the Scoville scale, there was no way to measure the intensity of peppers and not many people knew how dairy could calm down the effects of hot peppers? To recognize Wilbur’s efforts, Google came up with this interactive game on his 151st birthday. It is all about defeating fiery peppers with ice cream. To succeed, you need to keep the needle in the green area. Moreover, you get to learn about the Scoville scale during the game.
It is very easy to get lost in the world of Pacman, as it is so easy and fun to play. You are placed inside a maze where you have to collect all the golden points. Beware of the multi-colored ghosts that are ready to gobble you up. You need to stay out of their reach to save yourself and move on to the next level. However, if you run out of lives, the game will be over.
Magic Cat Academy 2
After the success of Magic Cat Academy, Google launched its sequel around Halloween time in 2020. It has enhanced visuals, an underwater gameplay environment, several enemies, and increased action features. If you loved the first part, you will surely like this one too. The character has to chase ghosts and other monsters underwater. The most challenging part is the final stage where you have to defeat the most powerful character.
Back in 2014, Google came up with the digital version of the Rubik’s cube to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the product. The Google Doodle version of this iconic toy is an interactive way to practice your skills. It is not simple to solve it, but you must try it at least once. Even if you are not able to crack it, the vibrant colors and brain activity will leave you feeling invigorated.