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Google has come up with a perfect gift on the New Year eve and what could be better than its doodles? Isn't it great to combine all the doodles of 2012 to create a mega doodle for 2013? That is what Google has done.
The letters of the Google search engine are in a haphazard manner combining the colors of blue, yellow, red and green. The specially designed doodle for New Year eve has everything in it from London Olympics to Grimm's fairy tales. The doodle has a collection of 35 doodles which appeared in the year 2012.
Every element in the doodle is clickable except one. The clickable doodles directs users to the particular Google page and the one bearing the sign 2013 takes users to the New Year eve search results.
The doodle has a table in the centre with food, which gives the idea of a New Year party. The doodle features Clara Schumann, a footballer, Dracula, the wolf from Grimm's fairy tales and many others enjoying the New Year party.
This year doodles saw TV painting legend Bob Ross' 70th birthday, Charles Dickens' 200th birthday, Neils Bohr's 127th birthday, earth day 2012, 79th anniversary of the First Drive-in movie etc.
Google has also posted a video on the happenings of the year 2013. Sandy, the Manila floods, US presidential elections, not forgetting the London Olympics and of course, not without the South-Korean pop hit Gangnam style.
Now there is everything from tech highs to lows. Windows8 or Windows Phone 8? iPad or the iPhone5? It is been quite a year and the Google doodle and video says it all.
The doodle is not posted on India's home page following the sensitive reactions and anger of the Indian citizens relating to the death of a 23-year old girl who was gang-raped in Delhi.
Google has been seen grieving about the incident in its own way by placing a vigil candle below its search box on the India homepage in the memory of the braveheart. Check out the Google doodle here.