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Olympic Google doodle interactive fun
All you want to do is a simple Google search and 20 minutes
later you are still trying to beat your best time or your
friend’s top score. At least that’s what we were all
Yesterday we had the Olympic hurdler racing with Google Doodle
having an interactive doodle game where you had to run by tapping
the left and right key in quick succession to build up speed and
space button to jump over the hurdle.
Once you’ve completed the course you find out your speed
and get a medal.
But this wasn’t a one off Olympic Doodle game; today we
have the men’s basketball quarter finals where Google have
put together a free throw game. With my current top score being 30
Everyone seems to love these interactive Google doodles, and
that is exactly what the leading Search Engine wants.
According to Sophia Foster-Dimino, one of Google’s doodle
artists, users recorded a total of 5.1 years worth of music playing
with the Les Paul doodle back in June 2011 (pictured below) and
recorded 56.899 years of music playing with the Moog Doodle back in
(Les Paul doodle)
It’s clear to see that the hurdle doodle yesterday was
very popular with tons of people talking about it on Facebook and
Twitter but Google have said they are “thrilled” with
the high number of people sharing the results with friends through
all the social channels.
Google have also mentioned that they have “lots in store
still” for its Olympic series. So make sure you are checking
Google everyday for the latest interactive Google Doodles.
By Luke Stanley
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