Google Doodles are the changes that you see on the Google logo that can be based on holidays, certain celebrations, historical figures or might even be playable. Yes, there are quite a few interactive Google Doodles that you can play, and in this article, we’ve ranked the best ones.
Top 15 Best Playable Google Doodle Games (2023)
Want to get entertained if you are bored at work or school and can’t download any games? You can use these playable Google Doodle Games! Be warned, you might lose track of time while playing these.
So, here’s our list of the top 15 interactive and playable Google Doodles games:
15. Wilbur Scoville’s 151st Birthday
The Scoville scale is the measurement of the spiciness or heat of peppers and Wilbur Scoville invented it. To celebrate the birthday of this chemist, researcher and professor of pharmacology, players could try out this game in 2016. Fear not, because it’s still available to play. The creators have made a comical fighting game where an ice cream fights various peppers. Fun stuff!
14. Doodle Champion Island Games
Doodle Champion Island is packed with several sports-related minigames as well as various side quests. It’s quite an intensive Google Doodle game which is why it deserves a spot in our list of the best games to play.
13. Soccer 2012
Fancy playing as the goalkeeper? Try out Soccer 2012. All you have to do is move around your character with the mouse and press the Spacebar key on your keyboard at the right time to prevent the opponent from scoring a goal. Easy, fun, and engaging.
12. Hurdles 2012
If you love Google’s T-Rex game where you have to jump over cacti, this one is similar. Jump over hurdles and win!
11. Slalom Canoe 2012
If you prefer canoeing, you will like this doodle. Use the arrow keys on your keyboard to navigate the canoe and avoid obstacles while you are at it.
10.44th Anniversary of the Birth of Hip Hop
What better way to celebrate hip hop than with a music-themed Google Doodle game? This experience is narrated by Fab 5 Freddy, former host of “Yo! MTV Raps.” This game has a proper tutorial and an intro so you don’t have to worry about mixing samples on turntables on your own. Try it out!
9. Celebrating Garden Gnomes
This playable Google Doodle game celebrates Garden Gnomes especially due to their importance in German history. It involves the use of a catapult or trebuchet to launch your Gnome as far as possible. The more distance your Gnome covers, the more flowers you get to plant.
8. Halloween 2016
This is a super cute Halloween game that involves cats! All you have to do is show off your magical skills by drawing the symbol on top of the ghosts to make them disappear. Keep playing and the ghosts go from carrying 1 symbol to more than 5! This game needs you to have speed and accuracy and can be a good break from your work even if it’s not Halloween.
7. Basketball 2012
Testing your basketball skills in this game where you have to click at the right time to ensure the power with which you throw is accurate. It may take a few tries to get the basketball in the hoop, but it will be pretty fun.
6. Fourth of July 2019 – Baseball
To celebrate U.S. Independence Day, Google brought out a doodle based on their iconic sport – Baseball. With cute graphics, attractive color scheme and smooth gameplay, this is a treat to play.
5. Celebrating 50 years of Kids Coding
I love it when educational concepts are gamified and this cute little game will show you the basics in a fun way.
4. Celebrating Pizza
One of the most-loved food items around the world, Pizza, gets a Google Doodle game. It’s a puzzle game that involves the challenge of slicing it based on the type of pizza the customer requires. You have to focus on the topping type, count of slices and make the end result exactly as ordered.
3. Quick Draw with Google
If you love games like pictionary, draw something etc, then you will love this one. With Google’s Quick Draw, you can draw an element suggested by the prompt and the AI will guess the object. Machine learning and doodling coming together? Sign me up.
2. Google Doodle Cricket
Love playing cricket but can’t play outside due to the pandemic? Google’s got you covered. In this game, a cute little cricket tries to bat and you can help him swing and hit the balls.
1. Pacman – Best Google Doodle Game
Need I say more? This Google Doodle game gives you the chance to play the legendary Pacman. But as I said before, keep track of time if you are playing this at school or work, because it’s, you know, Pacman.
So, these were some of our favorite Google Doodle games that are playable. Hope you liked one or more of them. For more such lists of best games, head over to our Features section on Gamer Tweak!