The best Google Doodle games from the past

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The best Google Doodle games of the past

Google Doodles have become part of our online culture. Each the game pays homage to key events, people, and even fictional geek culture characters.

Hungarian inventor and professor of architecture Erno Rubik opened it on May 19, 1974. The toy celebrated its 40th anniversary on the Google Search homepage.

Rubik's Cube Google Doodle Game

PAC-MAN was the first the game Google Doodle, and it was a small demo of what the browser is capable of.

30th Anniversary of PAC-MAN

It took a petition from 4,000 Doctor Who fans to create this game.

Doctor Who 50th Anniversary

This Google Doodle game was released for its 100th anniversary, and it also became a tribute to Arthur Wynn, the inventor of the crossword puzzle.

100 Years of Crosswords

Climb your ponies, collect letters and avoid obstacles to deliver 100 letters.

The pony express

This Google Halloween game was the first ever multiplayer interactive Google Doodle game. You had to join a team of four ghosts and compete with another team to collect the “flame of the wandering spirit before the moon leaves.”

Halloween 2018

Shadow play. You can turn on the webcam, and then use your fingers to form one of the twelve zodiac animal shadows.

Shadow Art - A Google Doodle Game

Google’s basketball was just one of several games launched for the Olympics.

Google Doodle Game - Basketball

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