Google keeps its search page fresh with fun doodle games that change every few days. Sometimes the drawing is actually a game you can play. All of these Doodle games are archived and playable after they disappear from Google.
These simple games are perfect for you who don’t like to download anything. I have compiled 10 games that I find the most fun for you to play in your free time.
Top 10 popular Doodle games on Google
There have been a number of sports-inspired doodle games, but the one that is most addicting is Baseball, released July 4, 2019.
Pac-Man, a game too classic of many childhood brothers already. This is a classic for many reasons. The Pac-Man Doodle version is as fun as ever.
#3: Quick, Draw!
Quick, Draw! so popular that it has its own website. You have 20 seconds to draw something and then Google’s neural network will try to guess what it is.
#4: The Scoville Game
The Scoville Game is a game where you beat hot peppers with ice cream. It sounds a bit funny, but it’s fun to play, it’s like the cowboy pressing button to pull the cow in the past.
Another classic sports game. Basketball will give you 24 seconds to perform your dribbles.
Halloween is a game that helps you to play the role of a cat and use your wand to defeat a ghost. Sounds extremely brainy, right.
#7: Garden Gnome
The goal of the Garden Gnome is to launch a gnome as far as possible with the catapult. Like that old penguin-throwing game in the school computer lab.
#8: Coding Rabbit
Coding Rabbit is a great game to show your child how to code. The goal of the game is to use movement blocks to help the rabbit eat all the carrots.
Cricket is like a fireball game but instead of playing with people, you will be playing with crickets and snails.
#10: Rubik’s Cube
Finally there is the game of Rubik. Let’s see how long is the record for you to be able to solve the Rubik.
Above are the 10 best doodle games that I know, wish you a relaxing moment after tiring working hours with the games above.