PC World: 14 popular Google Doodle games you can still play

For a given value of “Useful”. PC World: 14 popular Google Doodle games you can still play . “Most Google Doodles revolve around art that transforms the iconic search engine’s logo to celebrate anniversaries and special events, or to raise awareness of ongoing issues, like recent ones that shone a spotlight on Route 66 and Teacher Appreciation Day. But a few times each year, the Google Doodle team goes one step further and cranks out some high-quality games that take the drawings to another level.”

CNET: Teen’s Google Doodle Highlights Importance of Having Support

CNET: Teen’s Google Doodle Highlights Importance of Having Support. “Sometimes, caring for yourself means recognizing that there are others in the world who are also there to help you. That realization is the cornerstone of a Doodle created by high schooler Sophie Araque-Liu. Google announced Tuesday that her Doodle, titled Not Alone, is the winner of the 2022 Doodle for Google competition, an annual contest open to school kids across the US.”

AL DÍA News: The Mexican-American visionary bringing representation through Google Doodles

AL DÍA News: The Mexican-American visionary bringing representation through Google Doodles. “Throughout her life, Perla Campos has often navigated through chapters and situations as ‘one of the only.’ Born and raised in a small town about 30 minutes southwest of Dallas-Fort Worth, her family was one of only a few Hispanic families in a predominantly white town. In college, she was again one of the only Hispanics at her school. Even today, she works at one of the largest corporations in the United States and the world — Google — and is one of the few Latinas on the team.”

The Verge: Google’s new Tokyo Olympics Doodle is an homage to 16-bit video games

The Verge: Google’s new Tokyo Olympics Doodle is an homage to 16-bit video games. “The 2020 Olympic Games are currently still on in Tokyo, Japan — against all odds — and in celebration of Japanese culture and sports in general, Google is debuting a new interactive Doodle on Thursday with art from Japanese animation house Studio 4°C. The new Doodle, called Doodle Champion Island Games, is actually a series of Olympic event-themed 16-bit mini-games that you can play, contributing to the scores of four teams Google will track on a global leaderboard.”

PC Gamer: The latest Google Doodle is a stylish jazz swing rhythm game

PC Gamer: The latest Google Doodle is a stylish jazz swing rhythm game. “I’m a bit of a rhythm game fanatic, always looking to sink my teeth into a new musical experience. So imagine my surprise when I saw that the latest Google Doodle was, in fact, a rhythm game. The doodle celebrates swing music and the Savoy Ballroom in Harlem, an iconic venue during the swing era and one of the first public spaces in the United States to be racially inclusive with a no-discrimination policy.”

9to5 Google: Google wants to help cure your boredom with its most popular Doodle games

9to5 Google: Google wants to help cure your boredom with its most popular Doodle games. “Over the years, Google has featured an impressive number of games and minigames on its homepage, all of which have been carefully preserved and archived on the Google Doodle Blog. Starting April 27 and running for two weeks, Google is launching a new series of ten Doodles, each one a callback to one of the company’s popular games.”

CNET: For Halloween, Google scares up its first multiplayer Doodle game

CNET: For Halloween, Google scares up its first multiplayer Doodle game. “Two years ago, Google captivated Doodle players with a game featuring an adorable black cat with magic powers that races the clock to save its school from a horde of invading spirits. This year’s Great Ghoul Duel takes things up a notch by letting you form two teams of four ghosts to collect as many wandering spirit flames as possible and return them to your home base within two minutes.”

Times of India: Google introduces first VR/360-degree doodle to celebrate the work of Georges Méliès

Times of India: Google introduces first VR/360-degree doodle to celebrate the work of Georges Méliès. “Google today brought to life the creations of French filmmaker Georges Méliès to celebrate his life through an interactive VR (Virtual Reality) Doodle. This is the first-ever Virtual Reality (VR)/ 360-degree Interactive doodle to be promoted on Google’s homepage.”