Another step has now come from Google about the games. The Mountain View-based tech giant has begun to offer its favorite Google Doodle games to users for two weeks.
Life has stopped in many parts of the world due to the Coronavirus, people are drawn to their homes. Technology companies have made some changes to their services to help people have a better time in their homes. The first game we came across from the Google Doodle games archive was Coding. The game, dating back to 2017, was published to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Logo, the first programming language designed for use by children. In the game, you create simple command combinations that will show your rabbit how to collect carrots at all levels.
The series of Doodle games, launched by Google in order to entertain the non-home users, will last for two weeks. During this time, an old Doodle game will be available to users every day. Which Doodle games Google will release is a big curiosity. You can access Coding, the first game released by the US tech giant, by typing "Google Doodle" in the search bar.
Some of the best and most popular Doodle players in the past few years have had multiplayer support. For example, Doodle, published by Google for Lotería Celebration in December last year, allowed you to compete with your friends or online players around the world. Many of the games that the company will release over a two-week period may have this approach.
On the other hand, Google says games are one of the most effective ways to encourage people to stay home. Indeed, research shows that people's interest in games has increased tremendously these days. According to research firm Nielsen's report, the time spent by players in the U.S. increased by 45 percent during the epidemic and 38 percent in France.
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