Google Doodle

Google Doodle is pretty interesting in that it lets us know cultures, people, places and a plethora of fantastic things about the world. During the time that Google Doodle has been in existence, it has gained popularity and remained unique.

Here are some of the things that you should know about it:

Initially, Google Doodle was to give tribute to Pac-Man. This is one of the video games that have transformed games scenery and helped the world achieve a better understanding about gaming. You can search Pac-Man and you will be amazed when the Google Doodle version of Google pops up. To start on the exploration journey, you will need to click on the ‘start playing’ button which appears on the Quick Answers Box. You can explore the Google Doodle more and discover more interactive games such as Snake, Slalom Canoeing and Robik’s Cube.

For your birthday, Google has a very unique and special Google Doodle gift for you. When filling up your Google+ profile, there is an area where you get the option of filling in your date of birth. If you are logged in to your Google+ account on your birthday, you will see a special doodle for you. This definitely makes one feel special and appreciated. If you are one of the people who tend to forget their own birthdays, then this doodle is the perfect partner on this day to remind you just how important you are.

Isaac Newton was honored with the first animated doodle. On his 367th birthday, a doodle was crafted using the latest technology to create an animated image of this genius. For most of us who appreciate what Isaac Newton did for the human race, we appreciate when such an honor was placed on him.

The one reason that most of us know about Google Doodle is with the notification that Google is not available even if it’s for a few seconds. Well, in 1998, a Google Doodle was designed to notify Google users of the Google founders’ absence from the office. They were preparing to attend the Burning Man festival that year.

Google Doodle Interactive

You can go to this page https://www.google.com/doodles and browse through all the Google Doodles, by years and dates. You can read about their history and how they were designed.

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