Showing posts with label Doodle. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Doodle. Show all posts

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Doodle 4 Google Winner 2012 -- India

When you open Google today you will see the Doodle winner of the Doodle 4 Google Indian winner Arun Kumar Yadav's artwork. The Google Doodle for today has the Indian national bird the peacock, a farmer, a dancer from Kerala, a football (soccer) and some hot spices. Google when launching the competition this year has a theme --unity in diversity. As this is something every Indian knows and if you've been to India. Unity in diversity is something that cannot escape your eye. This creation depicts this in a nice way.

Dylan Hoffman's Doodle for Google

In India the competition is held for students from class 1-10. The winner gets his or her Doodle on Google's homepage on Nov 14 - which is children's day. So congratulations to the winner and if you are India and want you child to enter you can find more information at Google4Doodle. The competition is held in many countries across the globe.
Source: Google 4 Doodle India homepage

Thursday, August 9, 2012

Google Doodle: Soccer 2012

The new doodle for today is being called Soccer 2012. This new interactive Olympic based Google Doodle is fourth in a series of interactive doodles released by Google. Over the last three days we have seen the Hurdles, Basketball, Slalom Canoe and now the Soccer doodle. Soccer is one of the most famous sports around the world and is also known as Football in different parts of the world.

Google Doodle Soccer 2012: How to play
Go to Google and click the play button. You are the goalkeeper and your opponent has 5 balls to kick. Once the tiem starts you need to defend your goal. As in a penalty shootout, your opponent starts kicking the ball into your goal. To move around you need to use the right and left arrow keys on your keyboard. To jump and defend press the space-bar. You can play for as long as possible the game will end when you have allowed three goals. This can be seen on the left hand side of the scree. Three X marks on the keyboard means you have allowed three goal and your game is up. There is a scoreboard on the right to keep track of your points and see how many goals you have saved. Makes for a very fun and interesting game. Once your done you are awarded with Gold coins and you can share your scone with your circles on Google+. Must warn you that this Google Doodle is very addictive. So give it a while and let us know your feedback in the comments section below. To play at another time here is the permalink for the Doodle to play whenever you want -

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Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Google Doodle: Slalom Canoe 2012

The Slalom Canoe doodle from Google

Today we have a new interactive doodle from Google - Slalom Canoe 2012. This Olympics doodle is the third interactive doodle based on London 2012. We have the hurdles 2012 and the basketball 2012 doodles and now the third offering from Google is the ability to paddle your canoe while navigating the watercourse which has various obstacles like rocks. There are also gates marked with green poles that need to be navigated. Canoe Slalom is a competitive sport where the aim is to navigate a canoe or kayak down a course with hanging gates in the fastest time possible. Although the event is over at the Olympics this doodle makes for some great fun. As usual if you are successful there are three gold coins to be won. Which you can then brag about with your friends over at Google+.

Google Doodle Slalom Canoe: How to play
1.Head over to Google
2. Click on the start button
3. You canoe reaches the start line
4. Use the right and left arrow on your keyboard to start pedaling and give direction to your canoe
5. There are rocks in the water to be avoided as hitting it slows your time
6. make sure you pass through all the green poles - gates
7. Do this in the fastest time and get awarded with three gold coins

So head over now and give it a twirl. If you need the permalink to play the doodle at any time please find it here.

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Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Google Doodle: Basketball 2012

Google's basketball Doodle for Olympics 2012

Google continues today with another Doodle - Basketball 2012. This is after their highly interactive doodle launched yesterday - hurdles 2012. Again like in the hurdles if you do well you stand to win three gold coins. You can win either none or 1 to 3 gold coins. You also have 24 seconds to shoot a many hoops as possible. 24 seconds is the short clock time used in basketball. Short clock was designed to quicken the pace of games and is used especially in basketball. 

How to play the basketball 2012 doodle from Google
Head over to Google and click the play button. You need to press the space bar once to hold the ball and press it again to release. This is where your skills lie, hold the space bar for too long and the ball goes right over the ring. There is a timer counting down your 24 seconds with a score board with the points you have earned. There maybe a way to slam-dunk but we haven't figured out how. 

This is definately not going to be the last interactive London 2012 Olympics doodle from Google and we can expect a few more in the coming days. Make sure you keep earning those gold coins. So give it a spin and if you come across any tips and tricks to make the doodle better, do let us know in the comments section below. To play head over to Google or if you want the permalink to play whenever you want, here it is

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Thursday, June 10, 2010

Google's Doodle for the Fifa World Cup 2010

Anyone opening Google is greeted with their New Doodle. Clicking on it gives you all the latest happenings. To stay connected and find all the latest info on the world cup simply click on the Doodle. To find links to images videos latest from Fifa, match schedules and just about everything. There is also a real strip pulling info from Twitter, Blogs and other social media sites in real-time. Including a strip showing you the hottest search in regards to world cup during the3 past hour.

One of the hottest searches is "espn world cup schedule"

Just about everybody is getting their TV schedule right so as not to miss the opening or the first match.

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Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Over 33.000 children drew Doodles For Google... vote for the best

Doodles are what Google does with it's Google logo. The creatives people get to see on significant days of the year. The doodle are popular in many countries and each country gets it's own Google Doodle. 

The doodle to be used on the 27th will be one that has been done by a kid. This competition was launched only in the US. And well over 33,000 kids participated. There are four national finalists and 1 winner to be announced at an award ceremony in New York on May 26th. 

Regional Finalists

Here is a display of our top 40 Regional Finalists. Please vote for one favorite doodle in each grade group. You may only vote one time. Voting is open from May 18, 2010 6:00 a.m. Pacific Time (PT) toMay 25, 2010 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time (PT). After May 25th, we will tally up your votes and announce the four national finalists and national winner on May 26, 2010 at an awards ceremony in New York. The national winner's doodle will appear on on May 27, 2010. For a list of our State Finalists that are not a part of this online voting round, please click here.

Click on any of the links above to vote now

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