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Amazing Google Doodles

Tuesday, Aug 10, 2021, 6:06 pm

1.1st Star Trek Broadcast

This Star Trek doodle will make you want to blast off into outer space. Google released this doodle September 2012, to celebrate the 46th anniversary of the broadcast of the very first episode of Star Trek. This interactive doodle allows trekkies to go through those notorious double-doors, beam themselves to another planet and even fight an alien. And to top it all off, all of the members of the Starship Enterprise are Google letters.

2.Slalom Canoe Game

Google released a fun interactive doodle every day during the London 2012 Olympics. The Slalom Canoe Doodle was one of the more popular ones since it was a game.During the game, users were able to navigate through the course, much like in the Olympic event, by using their mouse and keyboard. Once the user finished the course, they were given a score.

3.Sesame Street Anniversary

Maybe Google can tell the world how to get to Sesame Street. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Sesame Street, Google released a doodle featuring the top-half of Cookie Monster's face. The beloved character's googly-eyes look just like Os, so using his face to replace the normal Google logo was a piece of cake, or should I say a piece of cookie. This Google Doodle was released in 2009.

4.Pablo Picasso's Birthday Doodle

Google dabbled in some artwork of its own in honoring Pablo Picasso. The search engine converted its homepage into a work of art by blending some famous images created by the artist into its logo. This was done to celebrate Picasso's 121st birthday. This artistic logo appeared on Google on October 25, 2002.

5.Google in Braille

This Google Doodle looks like those infamous Button candies, but the meaning behind this is much sweeter. This doodle was used to celebrate the 197th birthday of Louis Braille - the man responsible for creating the embossed-point alphabet for the blind and visually impaired. The dots spell out the word 'GOOGLE' in braille form. This Google Doodle appeared on the search engine's homepage on January 4, 2006. Of course this doodle doesn't have the same effect as braille, but it's a nice gesture nonetheless.

6.Albert Einstein's Google Birthday

In an effort to honor physicist Albert Einstein, this fun doodle appeared on Google back in 2003. If people could live forever, Einstein would have turned 124-years-old on March 13, 2003.The doodle is simple, but it's pretty cut and dry as to who it refers to. Even if the grey-haired man didn't tip you off, the 'e=mc2' reference should have done the job.

7.The Flintstones Anniversary Doodle

The Flintstones have hit the modern-times. The classic cartoon was honored by Google back in September 2010 with this doodle. The image was put up to observe the 50th anniversary of the Flintstones. If you really analyze the doodle, Fred's car, the stone houses, the blue dinosaur and the palm tree; all form the word 'GOOGLE.'


8.Edvard Munch's Scream

The creativity behind this Google Doodle is enough to make you scream. On December 12, 2006, Google changed its homepage logo to Edvard Munch's famed 'The Scream' painting. This move was done to honor the late artist on his birthday. The artwork itself is amazing, but it's great how Google integrated the 'screaming' character into their logo.

9.John Lennon Google Doodle

Google released an amazing doodle honoringlate Beatles memberJohn Lennon. The singer would have been 70-years-old on October 9, 2010 and to mark the occasion, an interactive doodle with a snippet of his song, "Imagine" was released. The black & white doodle featured images of flowers, butterflies and a drawn image of Lennon. This Google Doodle can be viewed via John Lennon's official YouTube page.


10.Freddie Mercury's 65th Birthday

Freddie Mercury's death rocked the music industry, but fans all over the world still love to listen to his music. To commemorate the singer's 65th birthday, Google released a special doodle. The Google Doodle featured an animated version of Mercury and his Queen bandmates singing, "Don't Stop Me Now." This doodle was released on September 5, 2011.

11.PAC-MAN 30th Anniversary

Google found another way to get people addicted to the internet with this PAC-MAN Doodle. To commemorate the 30th birthday of one of the best games ever created, Google released an interactive PAC-MAN game on its homepage. The arcade Doodle garnered so much attention that Google decided to give it a permanent place on its servers. This Google Doodle was released on May 22, 2010.


12.Les Paul Guitar

To celebrate music legend Les Paul's 96th birthday, Google released an interactive Google Doodle. The search engine allowed users who accessed Google's homepage, the chance to tinker with a playable guitar. The doodle featureda 10-string virtual guitar that allowed users to record their riffs using a mouse or keyboard. This Google Doodle was released on August 13, 2010.


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