Google, the search engine giant has been on the leading edge of ‘game playing’ this month, as they have presented no less than four new games on their, “Museum of Google logos commemorating holidays and events”, popularly known as Google Doodle. All four of these games were designed after the beginning of the London Olympics 2012 event, and these interactive doodles gained a lot of attraction from the public.
These newly designed interactive Doodles are not first of their kind. On May 21, 2010, on the 30th anniversary of the arcade game Pac-Man, Google showcased worldwide their first interactive doodle, created in association with Namco. Anyone who visited Google on that particular day was able to play the ‘Pac-Man’ game on the home page, which featured the letters of the word ‘Google’ on the Pac-Man maze.
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To cheer up our Google doodle gamers, we are today sharing all of these ‘newly designed 2012 playable doodles’ below:
Most of these games can be played by using the arrow keys in the keyboard.
1) Hurdles 2012
4) Soccer 2012
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