Here is every popular Google Doodle game launched over the years; go play



Google’s ‘Stay and Play at Home with Popular Past Doodles’ initiative has been running for the last 10 days. Under this initiative, the company was bringing back its most popular interactive game doodles for users to play around with and kill boredom while they perform self-quarantine. Today, Google Doodle is dedicated to mothers. The doodle is allowing you to create a card for your mom sitting at home. Go ahead and play. Following are the details of doodle games you can play while at home.


What all doodles are a part of Google’s ‘Stay and Play at Home with Popular Past Doodles’ initiative?


1. Coding Carrots

2. Cricket

3. Fischinger

4. Rockmore

5. Garden Gnome

6. Scoville

7. Loteria

8. Halloween 2016

9. Hip Hop

10. PAC-MAN


How to play Google doodle games?


If you want to play any of the above mentioned interactive doodle game, here are a few simple steps that you need to follow:

* Open ‘Google.com’ in your web browser.
* Click on the Google logo. However, if you are wanting to play any of these games after today, you will have to search for the term ‘doodle games’.
* This will open a new results page with the interactive doodle games snippet as the top result.

You can then select the doodle game you want to play from the archive list, which will include all of the 10 games that were showcased under the ‘Stay and Play at Home with Popular Past Doodles’ initiative.


* After you click on the game, you will be redirected you to a new page, with the game taking up your whole screen.
* Click on play, after which the game will give you a short tutorial on how to play.
* After the tutorial finishes, the game will start.

You can get to know more about these doodles by heading over to the Google doodle archives and searching these doodles to know the history behind them and why they were created. While you are there, you can also check out various other interactive game doodles, Google has introduced over the years.

Top 10 Google doodles under the Play at Home initiative


Coding Carrots: This game was launched to inspire kids to code. It is based on What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG) code. You have to select and place blocks to make the rabbit move and collect carrots.

Cricket: The Cricket doodle was made for all of the cricket fans across the globe. It is very simple to play and requires you to press the bat icon when the ball comes to you. The main aim of the game is to score as many runs as possible.

Fischinger: This doodle lets you create your own background music that you can share with your friends and family. The game provides you with four different instruments at a time that let you place notes on them and create music.

Rockmore: This doodle also lets you create music. However, it only lets you create music using one instrument, the Theremin.

Garden Gnome: This game helps you in getting to know the story behind the garden gnomes. It lets you throw garden gnomes across a garden, which then plant trees. The aim is to plant the most amount of trees using a throw.


Scoville: This doodle teaches you about chillies and their hotness. During the game, you are required to freeze the chillies by throwing ice cream on them. If you fail in freezing them, they will burn your character and end the game.

Loteria: Loteria is the Mexican version of the popular American game named Bingo. Both of which are quite similar to Tambola. In this doodle, you compete with others to win.

Halloween 2016: Harry Potter fans need to play this game. In it, you are a wizard cat that has to kill ghosts that are threatening your magic school. You need to defeat them by performing magic spells. The game has a total of five levels that you need to cross.

Hip Hop: The hip hop doodle celebrates a 1973 party thrown by DJ Kool Herc, during which the distinctive sound of Hip Hop was created. Inside of the game, you need to shuffle through various records and try making hip hop tunes using them.

PAC MAN: This one is just like the PAC MAN game that most of us have played earlier in our lives. In it, you need to eat the dots and stay away from the ghosts. If you eat a large dot, you can then eat up the ghosts and get extra points.

The Most Addictive Google Doodle Games To Waste An Afternoon At Work

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The hottest new gaming device isn't a PlayStation. Or an Xbox. Or a Switch. Nope, the best new gaming comes courtesy of your good friend Google.

Yes, you heard it here first. If you're in need of a new hobby, or some amusement to pass the time between work meetings, or let's be honest during work meetings, there are a ton of interactive Google Doodle games to cure spells of boredom.

They don't require a controller or fancy Blu-Ray disks, they're simple and the best kind of fun for an undercover gaming session right at your desk.

Look, we get it. Sometimes work isn't the most riveting. Sometimes you can't make the math on spreadsheets equal "F U N." Maybe you just want to play some Pac-Man. Maybe you want to destroy some cartoon ghosts as a jovial cat wizard. Maybe you want to shoot some free throws.

A quick jaunt through the Google Doodle archives will allow you to do all of this and more to quench your gaming thirst. We rounded up some of the best Google Doodle games below,

8 Best Google Doodle games:- 


  1. Deliver old care packages with the Pony Express
  2. Play some keys in honor of Robert Moog
  3. Go rollin' for love for Valentine's Day
  4.  Spin some records in the name of hip-hop
  5. Shoot free throws like Steph Curry
  6. Discover yet another way to play Pac-Man!
  7. Become a Rubik's Cube master
  8. Get your 'Harry Potter' on with this magical cat wizard

1. Deliver old care packages with the Pony Express

Deliver old care packages with the Pony Express


This game honored the 155th anniversary of the Pony Express. It lets you play as a courier picking up mail while delivering it to the closest town. It's a bit like a mobile frogger, with, you know, horses instead of frogs.


2. Play some keys in honor of Robert Moog


Play some keys in honor of Robert Moog


Ever felt the need to get funky with some keys? You can on this Doodle released to honor Robot Moog, whose Moog Synthesizer was used by musical artists from The Beatles to Stevie Wonder.

3. Go rollin' for love for Valentine's Day


Go rollin' for love for Valentine's Day


Roll through Ghana as a pangolin just as if you were Sonic snagging rings, all in the name of love.

This one is less of a game, but it's still incredibly entertaining. Mix together some of the tracks that laid the groundwork for hip-hop with this interactive turntable. You can even scratch, if you're feeling wildly ambitious


5. Shoot free throws like Steph Curry


Shoot free throws like Steph Curry

This game's one step above pop-a-shot and two steps below NBA 2K18. But if you wanna practice your mid-range jumper, feel free to mash your space bar and put up shots — all while never having to leave your chair. Watch out, Steph Curry.


6. Discover yet another way to play Pac-Man!

Discover yet another way to play Pac-Man!


This classic arcade game may now feel primitive, but it's a perfect cure for all those meetings that could have easily been emails

Become a Rubik's Cube master

Look, unless you're this dude, you've probably never solved a Rubik's Cube. But hey this Doodle lets you use multiple keys on your keyboard to try and solve this one. You may never finish it, but it's nice if you like seeing colors move.


Get your 'Harry Potter' on with this magical cat wizard

Play as a black cat with magical powers and defeat an army of ghosts before they get to you. Swipe your keypad in the direction above the ghouls' heads to turn them into dust. But be careful, it's very addicting.

The Most Addictive Google Doodle Games To Waste An Afternoon At Work