On the Verge of Lockdown and boredom , we have compiled you 10 Doodle games that are simple top play and solve your boredom.
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Garden Gnome Doodle Game:
Look amongst the greenery of Germany’s lush gardens and you might spot a red-capped gartenzwerg, or garden gnome. This Doodle –
just in time for Garden Day in Germany – celebrates these tiny statues for their big role in German history.
Gnome figures first appeared in 13th-century Anatolia and re-emerged in 16th-century Italy. The common garden gnome originated
in 19th-century Germany from the mining area of Thuringia.
Coding for Carrot:
To celebrate 50 years since kids programming languages were first introduced to the world with a very special creation (and furry
friend): the first ever kids focused coding Google Doodle! Coding for Carrot’s Doodle was developed through the close teamwork of not
one or two but THREE teams: the Google Doodle team, Google Blockly team, and researchers from MIT Scratch
Clara Rockmore Doodle Game
Clara Rockmore made music from thin air. Trained from a young age as a violinist, Rockmore ultimately gave up the violin due to
physical strain. This led her to discover the theremin, a gesture-controlled instrument named after its inventor, Léon Theremin. Not
only did Rockmore become the instrument’s most well-known performer, she also influenced its development. She convinced Theremin
that it should be made more responsive and offer a greater range of notes .
Halloween 2018 Doodle Game
Halloween Doodle marks a wickedly exciting milestone: our first-ever multiplayer interactive game Doodle, powered by Google Cloud!
Join in as ghosts around the world gather to play their own version of Trick-or-Treat: The Great Ghoul Duel! Ghosts team up and
compete to see who can collect the most wandering spirit flames before the moon is gone….but not without some unexpected twists
along the way.
Wilbur Scoville Doodle Game
People have known about the tongue-burning, tear-inducing qualities of peppers long before Columbus reached the Americas. Before
Wilbur Scoville, however, no one knew how to measure a pepper’s “heat”. The doodle team thought his work in this field—and the
development of his eponymous Scoville Scale—deserved some recognition.
Hip Hop Doodle Game
To celebrate the 44th anniversary of that very moment with a first-of-its-kind Doodle featuring a custom logo graphic by famed
graffiti artist Cey Adams, interactive turntables on which users can mix samples from legendary tracks, and a serving of Hip Hop
history – with an emphasis on its founding pioneers. What’s more, the whole experience is narrated by Hip Hop icon Fab 5 Freddy,
former host of “Yo! MTV Raps.”
PAC MAN Doodle Game
The Pac-Man Google Doodle is a version of the Google Logo which allows players to play a variation of Pac-Man. It appeared on Google’s homepage on May 21, 2010 to celebrate Pac-Man’s 30th anniversary. The logo was originally featured for 48 hours, and can still be accessed online.
Fischinger Doodle Game
Google introduced the Google Fischinger Doodle back in 2017 to celebrate the 117th birthday of the popular filmmaker and visual
artist Oskar Fischinger. Oskar Fischinger was known for producing abstract visual and music compositions back then. The Google
Doodle Fischinger game allows you to create your own music and have all the fun you need.
Loteria Doodle Game
This interactive game Doodle celebrates the traditional Mexican card game, Lotería! It’s also our second-ever multiplayer experience:
Play the game with friends in a private match, or match with users around the globe at random.
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.
ICC 2017 Cricket Doodle Game
To celebrate the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy, we’re inviting everyone to tap/click and take a swing at our pocket-size game!
We know that cricket is loved worldwide, so we wanted to make sure our Doodle works for everyone, including those on slower mobile
networks. We kept the file size fly-sized, and the result is our smallest interactive Doodle ever — even snail networks can load it in