Amidst the coronavirus pandemic, Google’s famous doodle games are back for users to ‘stay and play at home’

The popular search engine has restored their celebrated Google doodle games with the catchline ‘Stay and Play at Home’ to inspire people to stay at home and restrain the spread of coronavirus 

In the midst of the global pandemic, Google – a major search engine giant has declared that they are initiating a throwback Doodle series in which users will be able to encounter some of their previously popular and interactive ‘Google Doodle’ games. To begin with this, they are bringing back the famous ‘Coding’ game from 2017. To celebrate 50 years of Kids Coding, Google had introduced this Doodle game.

Google said that “As COVID-19 continues to impact communities around the world, people and families everywhere are spending more time at home. In light of this, we’re launching a throwback Doodle series looking back at some of our popular interactive Google Doodle games!”.  The ‘Coding’ game features a bunny and the target of the game is to make the bunny gather all the carrots in a level. The players have the charge of the bunny by using plain program codes that are to be fixed in a program code tray. This game was initially generated as a tool to build an interest in coding amongst the kids. The other Doodle games that Google is planning to get back are presently behind the screen saying “Coming Soon”. 

In the meantime, 2,994,958 cases of coronavirus cases have been affirmed around the globe. Until now 206,997 cases have surrendered to the deadly virus while 878,923 people have revived from the disease. 

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