Google Valentine's Day Doodle: How To Top This Addictive Game?
To celebrate 2017 Valentine's Day, Google has released a brand new Doodle-themed game around the day of love. Every player will just simply use their keyboard to play the game right on the Google's website. This latest game of Google is called the "Pangolin Love" which takes over all places in the U.S. and other places such as Canada, Argentina, Australia, France, UK and much more.
Google Valentine's Day Doodle Is An Addictive Game
As reported by DailyStar, the recently Valentine's themed game is really an incredibly addictive interactive game. It allows players to control a pangolin, which is a little mammal and a bit like an Anteater, racing throughout a series of maze collecting items. There is a total of four levels but truth be told, it is so addictive that you want to play some levels over and over again.
Top On Google Valentine's Day Doodle Game
Each level of the game lasts for three minutes and it is available to play on both desktop and laptop computers. Players have to use the arrow keys on the keyboard to navigate the pangolin and use the space bar to make the animal jump. If you, as a player, want to play on your mobile, you will be given two virtual arrow keys on the screen of your gadget as well as a dedicated jump button. And as millions of people around the world celebrate Valentine's Day on Tuesday, Google has combined a unique love story with a video game to raise awareness of an endangered species.
Google Worked With The World Wildlife Fund
According to MLive, the search engine giant worked with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to raise people's awareness on mammal's struggles. As stated on the WWF website, the pangolin is the only scaly mammal in the whole world. And because of that, the pangolin is considered as one of the most trafficked animals in the world.
"There are eight species of pangolin, four each in Asia and Africa, and all are under threat, including two species listed as Critically Endangered," from the WWF website. "Pangolin populations have been devastated by poaching, including at least 80 percent of pangolins in Asia." The pangolin Doodle of Google and WWF is just the latest video game by the search engine site. Note that Google has released on its home page other interactive Doodle's including the mind blogging game Rubix cube, a crossword puzzle as well as a soccer game.
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