Google is now 19 years old: Celebrates its birthday with 19 Doodles games from the past

Google's birthday surprise spinner takes players back to its most memorable Doodle games.

    Have you checked the latest Google Doodle? If you have not then it is a special one. Today's Google Doodle commemorates Google's 19th year of existence or in simple terms today is basically Google's 19th Birthday.

    Today's Google Doodle commemorates Google's 19th year of existence

    So in order to mark its 19th Birthday, Google has integrated a spinning wheel, which is a simple and fun way to explore the 19 surprises that Google has launched over the past 19 years. The latest Doodle which comes in the form of a spinner takes players back to its most memorable Doodle games.

    You can spin the wheel to play interactive browser games from the past 19 years, like a musical puzzle game celebrating Beethoven's 245th birthday, or Arpeggios which allows you to look at the way chords and arpeggios work especially if you're keen to learn about songwriting or musical theory. Apart from this, there is the adorable Magic Cat Academy Halloween game from 2016 and Google has also added the brand-new Snake game to its wheel surprises among other search result games like tic-tac-toe and an Earth Day quiz.

    The wheel also includes the 2010 Pac Man browser game, which time management software company RescueTime famously alleged cost the economy $120 million and 4.8 million hours of lost productivity.

    However, if you want to try out the Doodle games you can play it anytime by searching "Google birthday surprise spinner." It will interesting as you will get to explore Google's 19 different surprises through the spinning wheel.

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