Since yesterday, we can admire the new Google Doogle, which refers directly to the Olympic Games underway in Tokyo. This time, more than just graphics are prepared for users.
A game from Google for the Olympic Games
We have known doodles for a long time – these are simple drawings displayed in the search engine that Google prepares for important events in the world or holidays.
On the occasion of the Olympic Games currently being held in Tokyo, the most comprehensive doodles have appeared so far, which allows users to play pixel art rpg game.
We start the Google Olympics game by clicking on the Doodle’s image in the search results, then the “Play” button.
Doodle Champion Island Games Created in collaboration with the Japanese animation studio – STUDIO4°C. In the game, we go to the virtual title Island of Champions, where the cat Lucky is tasked with completing up to seven mini-games (ShootingAnd table tennisAnd skiingAnd marathonAnd synchronized swimmingAnd climbingAnd Football).
The controls are as simple as the story. We control the character with arrows, and each special action is performed using the space bar.
Although the title is not difficult, it is definitely worth taking some time to test yourself on Heroes Island.
Chrome Dinosaur has also been updated
google dinosaur It’s been with Chrome users since 2014. It’s a very simple game in terms of thumbnail graphics that activate when you’re not connected to the internet (or after typing chrome: // dino in Chrome browser). Although there is nothing unusual about it – everyone has probably had the opportunity to break records in avoiding obstacles with a divided dinosaur several times.
On the occasion of the Olympic Games, minor changes also affected Google Dino, who was dressed in Olympic uniform, and the background of the game was slightly adapted to those known from Olympic competitions.
Google also encourages you to follow the current Olympic Games news and results in a search engine that displays a summary of the most important information when you enter the Olympic Games.
Have you already had the opportunity to play any of the mini-games that Google has prepared for the ongoing Olympics? Let me know in the comments.
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