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Simple and fun: Doodle games to enjoy for hours | Digital Trends Spanish


Google Doodles are those variations of the logo of the popular search engine, with which it commemorates important dates or events on its home page. They’re creative, flashy, lively, and musical, but some have gone a bit further. Because there are several that are worth enjoying, these are some of the most memorable Doodle games of recent years.

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Pac-man

Created by the Japanese studio Namco in the 1980s, Pac-Man is one of the most classic and popular arcade video games of all time. That title has inspired movies and animated series, comics and dozens of sequels, and had even been chosen as one of the symbols of Japanese culture for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Pac-Man’s Doodle game was released in May of 2010 to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the title and the dynamics is the same: Pac-Man must eat the little dots (called pac-dots) in the mazes that make up the word “Google”, guarding his back from his traditional rivals, the ghosts of red, pink, light blue and orange.

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Mexican Lottery

Mexican Lottery

The Bingo in Mexico is not played with numbers, but with 54 colorful cards that represent characters, animals, vegetables and different objects of popular culture. The winner is the first to complete his board with the previously established matches. To publicize this hobby of the idiosyncrasy of the North American country, Google presented this Doodle in December 2019. The novelty? You can play with your friends or other rivals online.

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Rubik Cube

The popular Rubik’s Cube Doodle game was released in May 2014, with the aim of commemorating the 40th anniversary of the famous three-dimensional puzzle created by Hungarian sculptor and architecture professor Ernő Rubik. With millions of cubes traded globally, it is considered the world’s best-selling toy and has inspired global tournaments to see who can solve it the fastest. How to play with Doodle? Simply with the pointer of your mouse, you must move the faces of the magic cube to make them all the same color.

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The Scoville Itch Scale

Scoville doodle

This doodle was released on January 22, 2016, to commemorate the birth of the American Wilbur Scoville, the creator of the scale that bears his name and that allows us to measure the hotness of the chili (chili or pepper). It is an organoleptic test, which dilutes a solution of the extract in sugar water until the itching cannot be detected by a committee of human testers. The degree of dissolution allows to determine its itchiness. His research was one of the first to document milk as an antidote to the spiciness of this fruit. In the game, you must destroy the most powerful peppers in the world with milk ice cream, which are accompanied by a description. Educational and fun.

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Garden gnomes

Although popular in Germany since the 19th century, today it is possible to find garden gnomes that adorn the entrances of many houses in the United States or Latin American countries. Also known as gartenzwerg, legend has it that they protect gardens and bring good luck. On the occasion of Garden Day in Germany, Google wanted to honor them on June 10, 2018 with a Doodle game that explained how these crafts were made and then launch them with a catapult as far as possible in your garden. The more distance you go, the more flowers you will plant and the more points you will earn.

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Halloween

Presented in October 2016 to commemorate Halloween, in this Doodle game you transform into Momo, a cat apprentice magician who, with the help of a wand, must drive out evil ghosts that haunt the Magic Cat Academy and stole the spell book of the teacher. You only need to slide your mouse in different directions to execute the spells and eliminate the spirits.

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Cricket

Cricket is a very popular sport in the United Kingdom – or in countries that were British colonies – and the ICC (International Cricket Council) Champions Trophy is the culminating event: it brings together the eight best-ranked teams every four years. In order to celebrate the start of the 2017 tournament, played in England and Wales, Google developed a Doodle game in which a team of crickets faces snails, which usually invade the fields where this sport is played. With this game, you will be able to slide and do a swing with your mouse.

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