Playing with Google Doodle continues for the third consecutive day with the London 2012 Slalom Canoe Doodle, the 14th Doodle related to the ongoing Olympic Games.
However, this is the first Olympic Doodle demonstrated by Google after the featured event was over. Users might experience pain in their hands after playing the game.
London 2012 Slalom Canoe is an interactive Doodle featuring a paddler in a yellow canoe. The paddler is trying to paddle his/her canoe down a water course containing ten downstream gates, each of which is marked with green striped poles.
Interested in playing the Slalom Canoe? You have to use the left and right arrow keys to speed up the canoe and the up and down keys to navigate across the water course. If your canoe hits the banks, sedimentary rocks or water animals, the speed of the canoe slows down. Your canoe moves faster when you guide it through the green striped gates.
Once you reach the finish line, the search engine giant will provide you with options to share your score in Google+, replay and search options. You will get additional star (maximum of 3) if you reach get reach the finish line faster. Play the London 2012 Slalom Canoe game here.