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Google Doodle: Google Doodle today, Doodle for Google Contest and Play Games

by Rajni Negi (2021-03-06)

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Google Doodle: Google Doodle today, Doodle for Google Contest and Play Games


Google Doodles are the changes made to the Google logo in order to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists, pioneers, and scientists. These are funny, surprising, interactive so that people can tap on it. People search google as google ka doodle.


Google Doodles are not only funny logo changes but also provide information about the cause or occasion. On the homepage on, you can find these and thereafter click them to know more about the change.


Who designs the doodles?

There is a team of illustrators who design Google Doodles called Doodlers. Google' engineers work on making these Doodles special for every year and occasion.


What about google first doodle?


Google’s first release in 1998. With google doodle you can play popular google doodle games or even play a part on doodle for google 


Here is the list of all popular Google Doodles games:

  1. Coding Carrots

  2. Cricket

  3. Fischinger

  4. Rockmore

  5. Garden Gnome

  6. Scoville

  7. Loteria

  8. Halloween 2016

  9. Hip Hop

  10. PAC-MAN


Doodle 4 Google Contest

Deadline: 2/26/21 

Available to: Students, Grades K through 12 

Award Amount: Awards from $5,000 – $30,000


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