Google brings back the most popular online games of its doodles

Google Doodle Game

Google has announced that, starting today, Monday, April 27, over the next two weeks it will bring back one of the most popular online games of its doodles every day . We tell you where you can find them and how to play. 

Despite being very simple, there are online minigames that are truly addictive. So much so that sometimes they manage to hook us even more than modern titles with state-of-the-art graphics. 

Google has developed many online games over the years. Among them stand out the infinity of mini-games for their doodles, for example the game to create music in honor of the composer Bach , who was also the first doodle with Artificial Intelligence. 

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In case you do not know what a Google doodle is, these are changes to the logo that the search engine sometimes makes to commemorate festivities, anniversaries or famous people. These modifications can go beyond mere images to show users eye-catching animations or fun mini-games. 

Now that we have to be home due to confinement, the Mountain View company has announced that it is bringing back the most popular online games for its doodles. To do this, starting today and for the next two weeks we will be able to play one of these mini-games every day.

You can find them all in the Google doodles file, which can be accessed from this link . They will be published with the title “Stay and Play at Home with Popular Past Google Doodles” , to which the title of the minigame in question will be added.

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Today’s game, April 27, is available right now, which is called Coding and was released in 2017 to celebrate 50 years since the introduction of programming languages ​​in children’s education. It is a game for children to learn basic notions of coding.

In addition, you can also access the minigame tomorrow, April 28. It’s called Cricket  and it was launched in 2017 to celebrate this sport. Stay tuned for online games in the coming days!