Birthday doodle spinning wheel, allows the user to play 19 games, including the classic Pac-Man and Snake
Internet giant Google today celebrated its 19th birthday is showing everyone a cute, celebratory doodle on 27 September to mark the company’s coming-of-age.
Google’s latest Doodle for birthday anniversary surprise spinner that takes players back to its most memorable Doodle games.
The doodle which appeared on browsers across the world has a spinner which leads you to 19 interesting games including the classic snake.
The birthday spinner doodle, an interactive spinning wheel, allows the user to play 19 games, including the classic Pac-Man, and Snake.
These games are not new to regular Google users. The Stick Cricket, for instance, was created during the times of ICC Champions Trophy. The tic-tac-toe was introduced on a random mid-week last year.
You all needs to do is go to the homepage, click on the cheerfully vibrant doodle animation, which will in turn take you to some of the equally vibrant doodle games.
Google’s domain Google.com founded by Sergey Brin and Larry Page in 1998 then Google was given its first investment of $100,000 in August 1998 – paid to Google Inc, which didn’t actually exist yet.
Earlier, alot of confusions found, when the internet giant Google celebrated birthdays on at least four days—September 7, September 8, September 26 and lately on September 27.
What is meant by Google?
The founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page in 1998 named the company after ‘googol’, which meant a one followed by 100 zeroes.
Nineteen years later, Google is now serving more than 4.5 billion users in 160 countries speaking 123 languages worldwide.
Google’s official blogpost said: “Billions of searches later, perhaps the happiest happenstance has been how Google has grown throughout the past 19 years”.