The new Google Doodle marks the beginning of Winter Olympics 2018. This year the Winter games are being held in PyeongChang, South Korea. The games kick-start from today i.e February 9 and will end by February 25. Right from figure skating to Ski Jumping to snowboarding, a lot of competitions will take place in this year’s Winter Olympics. As per the official website, Indians have also participated in the Cross-Country Skiing and Luge competition. Just like Olympic games, Google Doodle has also started their snow games with animated animals. The doodle is titled as Doodle Snow Games- Day 1 and this video doodle is the first video of the series. Yes, overall Google has planned 17 doodles which we think will showcase seventeen days of the Google Doodle’s snow games.
“Welcome to the opening day of the Doodle Snow Games! On this brrr-eezy day in PyeongChang, we’re joined by athletes from all over the world hoping to prove themselves best in class (or species),” the Google Doodle’s blog reads. The doodle is a unique one as after the hitting the play button, a short video showcasing animated cartoons playing different snow games comes up. This doodle series showcases the snow games enjoyed by the magpie and the kingdom in which he lives in.
“Let’s follow Magpie into the stadium for a fluttering glimpse of today’s action…” their blog reads. Video also showcases how the whole animal kingdom attends the games and watch the excitement unfold. “Who will be leaping, crawling, or slithering home a hero? Will Snake shed the runner-up title and land the first ever single-footed triple-axel? Will Dog collar the win on the ruff slopes? Will Penguin’s webbed feats earn the audience’s affection or face an icy reception? One thing’s for sure: the journey alone is a wild opportunity for most of these koala-fied critters! Big or small, win or lose, new friendships are bound to crystallize before the end of the games.” For next few days everyday new doodle showcasing snow games by animated animals will be displayed. What are your views on the same? Let us know in the comments below.