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Popular Google Doodle Games: ‘stay and play at home’

Google again campaigned for a stay and play at home to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 corona virus. Google presents Popular Google Doodle Games. 
Popular Google Doodle Games: ‘stay and play at home’

Google Doodle Games is a series of popular interactive games. Today, Monday (4/27/2020), Google Doodle launches the game ‘Coding for Carrots’ from 2017 to celebrate 50th Kids Coding.

"As COVID-19 continues to affect communities around the world, people and families everywhere spend more time at home. In connection with this, we are launching the Doodle throwback series while looking back at some of our popular interactive Google Doodle games!" Google wrote.

Google will relaunch a number of legacy doodle games for the next few days. The aim is to encourage people affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The first game that was launched was 'Coding' which was a hit in 2017. It was created to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Kids Coding.

Besides Coding, there are also a number of older Google games. Like google doodle soccer game, google doodle swimming game, google doodle pacman game, google doodle Halloween game, and others.

To play Coding for Carrots is quite easy. You can only have to click on the doodle view on the main search page. Or you can also click here.

Next, there will be a 'Play' logo that can be tapped. Please follow the game instructions to enjoy the Coding for Carrots game.

To win the game, you must eat all carrots. You can enter commands in different codes so that the rabbit moves according to the command program that has been entered based on the Scratch programming language for children.

The 2017 Google Doodle "Coding" was developed by three teams, namely the Google Doodle team, the Google Blockly team, and researchers from MIT Search. Including Champika Fernando, who became one of the collaborators of this project.

The logo became the first coding language designed for children in the 1960s by Seymourt Papert and researchers from MIT. The game is played by programming the little green turtle to move and draw lines on the black screen.

"Papert and his colleagues imagine that computers can ultimately be used by all children as a powerful tool for learning. They see coding as a way for children to develop confidence and fluency with powerful, modern and everyday technology everywhere, "Fernando wrote in the 2017 Google Doodle Coding release.

Fernando expressed his pleasure that there will be many children who get their first coding experience while playing with Google Doodle today.

"My hope is that people will find this first experience interesting and interesting, and they will be encouraged to go further. I hope it will be just as inspiring and influential for them, "he wrote.

That's the Popular Google Doodle Games that Google launched today to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 corona virus.

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