Google is celebrating its birthday in its own peculiar way, yes with a doodle! With a rainbow of colors and everything that is needed for a birthday party, the doodle even lets you play different games. The search giant has turned 19 and the grand celebrations are quite evident in the doodle. Called the ‘Google birthday surprise spinner’, the Google Doodle has linked 19 surprises the search engine has launched over the years which also includes the new snake game that has been launched as a part of their celebrations. The game will be available through its birthday surprise spinner.

 
Google Birthday Surprise Spinner Celebrates 19 Years Of Search Engine: How To Play Some Of The Most Interesting Google Doodle Games

Google Birthday Surprise Spinner Celebrates 19 Years Of Search Engine: How To Play Some Of The Most Interesting Google Doodle Games

There is a spinner in the doodle that the users have to spin and then wait for the game to be chosen for you. You can then play the game that was in store for you. Some of the games include Pac Man, Arpeggios, Birthday piñata, Cricket cricket, DJing, Theramin, Hallowe’en spells, Scovile scales and Earth day quiz are some of them. Each game has a different set of rules of how it has to be played.

Here is how Google Doodle came into being

Google doodle came into being in 1998 after the founders Larry and Sergey drew a figure behind the second ‘o’ of Google as a message to show that they had left office and were at the Burning Man festival. The company then decided to be more creative with it and decided to decorate logo to mark cultural events and soon users like the new change.

Google’s story begins in 1997 in Standford University where Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin were pursuing Ph.D. in computer science. Brin was assigned to show Page around and ‘the chance encounter was the happy surprise that started it all’. The two then had a common goal which was to come up with a system to organise the world’s information. Google was thus born and now has 4.5 billion users in 160 countries speaking 124 languages.