The chameleonic Google Doodle is currently marking a very special occasion for Mountain View: today is the search giant’s 14th birthday.
The Birthday Doodle is a rather simplistic affair, compared to some Doodles past (playable Pacman was a particular highlight) — showing a layer cake that breaks down to spell out the Google logo, while the cake’s candles rearrange to chalk up th
It’s our fourth birthday, and Google is celebrating by banning Windows at the Google offices, Intel throws a party by showing off some MeeGo tablets, and Adobe gives us a birthday high-five with Air for Android! THEN - We strap on our rocket a launchers and load our shot guns for our birthday death bash [...]
And you thought that was just another Google Doodle!? Thats the power of innovation and the way to honor a very historic game which must have been played by every kid and adult of this age. This new doodle by the internet giant is the new interactive game which can be played by the up-down-right-left keys. You think this is enough?
Tetris is much more fun than current games. Today, we celebrate Tetris’ 30th birthday. I’m sure all of you already know Tetris, its catchy music theme, and the frustration of seeing bricks pile up on the screen. Invented in 1984 by Alexei Pajitnov in the Soviet Union, the game became extremely popular when Nintendo released it on the Game Boy in 1989.
Chances are you’ve seen a few Google Doodles during your adventures on the internet. Google occasionally puts some artistic flair into their logo on their search page, and it’s generally some pretty cool stuff to see. Unfortunately, with our search widgets and Google Now and mobile browsers, we miss many of those doodles.