Google Celebrates its 19th Birthday With Mini Doodle Games Spinner

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Google is celebrating its 19th birthday anniversary today and has put up a surprise spinner that lets you play doodle games on your web browser, which includes Snake, tic-tac-toe, Pac Man, one with Beethoven, another where you’re supposed to deliver mails while riding a horse in the Wild Wild West and several other games.

To access the Google birthday spinner, go to Google’s search homepage and click on today’s Google doodle. You’ll be taken to Google’s birthday page on the search engine where a spinner will greet you.

The spinner chooses random games and other Google pages including educational ones like the one featuring Galapagos and Earth day quiz.

Other games on the spinner include one that lets you practice your DJing skills, another which challenges you to match the musical notes, a fun one where you have to help your reptile collect gifts and reach his loved one and another where all you have to do is beat the Birthday Pinata and score points.

Play Pac Man, hit the Birthday Pinata and more via Google’s birthday spinner

All of the games are doodle-based and fun — just the way birthday celebrations are intended to be.

Google was founded by Stanford University graduates Larry Page and Sergey Brin in 1998 and has seen immense growth from being just a search engine to now holding multiple businesses under its new parent organization — Alphabet Inc.

Earlier this week, Tech titan Google and apparel giant Levi’s have collaborated together to create a new Levi’s Commuter Trucker jacket with Jacquard tech — powered by Google.

The jacket allows users to perform multiple functions on their smartphone like change music tracks, get directions, pick calls and more simply by using gestures. The jacket goes on sale on September 27.

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