Popular Google Doodle Game Returns to Coronavirus

Popular Google Doodle Game Returns to Coronavirus
Popular Google Doodle Game Returns to Coronavirus

A new way to distract yourself from the boredom of COVID-19.

Do you need to do anything new when you're bored and stuck at home? Google is helping bring back some of its most popular Google Doodle games.

Over the next two weeks, the search giant will feature some of the most popular logo games on its namesake homepage. Beginning Monday is the 2017 coding for the Doodle Carrot game, in which you complete the steps to direct a rabbit to a carrot.

Google has slot machines for nine additional games that are listed as "coming soon", but it remains to be seen whether classics such as Pac-Man, Rubik's Cube, or the free throw contest will run during this run Whether to make a return or not.

"As COVID-19 affects communities around the world, individuals and families spend more time everywhere," the company said in a statement on its Google Doodle website. "In light of this, we're starting a Throwback Doodle series reminiscent of some of our popular interactive Google Doodle games!"

Other games, such as Cricket 2017, can be played on Google's Doodle website.

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