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Google Doodle Republishes Popular Games to Keep People Safe and Happy at Home

Today's Google Doodle.

Looking for a way to spice up your routine? As part of its “Stay Home. Save Lives.” initiative, Google Doodle will spend the next two weeks republishing its most popular games. Each day will feature a new classic game, which you can find by Googling “Google Doodle.”

Today’s featured throwback, Coding with Carrot, is an educational game from 2017 that celebrates the 50th anniversary of Logo, the first coding language for kids. In Coding with Carrot, you organize strings of pre-written code to guide a rabbit toward carrots. It’s similar to Scratch, a free tool that’s designed to introduce kids to coding.

Evidently, last’s week’s relaxing Honeybee Google Doodle was a success for Google. It received a ton of press and may have prompted the company to start its throwback series. Google Doodles are known for being massive time-wasters, and may help people stay comfortable while social distancing.

Again, you check Google Doodle’s daily throwback by Googling “Google Doodle.” Or, if you’re hankering to play your favorite Doodles right now, you can dig through the Google Doodle archive and hunt down classics like Pac-Man Doodle.

Source: Google Doodle

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