26/04/2018 – 12:52pm
Google’s celebrating the 50 year anniversary of the launch of the coding language Logo – the coding language aimed specifically at helping children learn to code.
To commemorate the occasion in typical Google style, the firm has released an interactive Doodle game called Coding For Carrots.
The game tasks players with using basic MIT Scratch programming on-screen by locking coding blocks together as part of six puzzle levels, doing so will help a fluffy bunny collect, you guessed it, carrots.
Coding For Carrots is the result of a collaborative effort between the Google Doodle team, Google Blockly team, and reasearchers from MIT Scratch, it was developed for Computer Science Education Week.
It adds to the growing catalogue of intereactive Google Doodle games, and as part of Google’s 19th birthday celebration, the firm compiled its best games into a Birthday Surprise Spinner which will randomly select games for you to play.
The Birthday Surprise Spinner includes classic titles such as Pac-man, Solitaire, and Pony Express re-jigged in the Google Doodle style, plus there’s also a version of Snake in there. You can keep spinning the Spinner to find the games you like, and once you’ve opened them you can save them as bookmarks to bypass the spinner in future.
Alternatively, we’ve got the links for you below!
- DJ like a hip-hop star
- Earth day quiz
- Battle against spicy peppers
- Help pangolins find love
- Hit the Pinata
- Halloween game
- Celebrate Clara Rockman’s theramin
- Pony Express
- Explore the Galapagos Islands
- Animal sounds
- Create a Fischinger composition
- Play like Beethoven
- Tic tac toe
- Cricket cricket
- Breathing exercise
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