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‘Cricket’ is back! Google Doodle games to entertain in covid-19

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Google Doodle games: In order to help people cope with isolation during the Coronavirus crisis, Google has reinstated its popular doodle games. With most of the countries under COVID-19 lockdown due to the spread of the Coronavirus, various service providers are coming up with measures to help people spend their time productively.

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In its series of interesting doodles revamping the earlier synergistic games, Google on Monday, May 4, featured an interactive throwback game, Scoville. The doodle celebrates the chemist’s 151st birthday on Monday.The test measures the heat of several chilli peppers.

The Google Doodle on the homepage today sees the first O of the word Google sitting back, eating a chili pepper, before breathing out fire.

Today, the Google Doodle is captioned: “As COVID-19 continues to impact communities around the world, people and families everywhere are spending more time at home. In light of this, we’re launching a throwback Doodle series looking back at some of our popular interactive Google Doodle games!

“Stay and play at home with today’s featured throwback: Our 2016 Doodle game celebrating Wilbur Scoville!”

Google launched its Stay and Play at Home series on April 27, and last week, Google users played a game celebrating the first coding language designed for children, and a cricket game inspired by the ICC Champions Trophy.

They composed visual music inspired by Oskar Fischinger, and created visual music from thin air, in a Doodle celebrating Clara Rockmore. Finally, on Friday, they learned about the history of garden gnomes in a catapult launching game.