From Lego to Pac-man, Thomas Edison to Winsor McCay, we salute the greatest ever Google Doodles, including illustrations, animations and beyond. Here is a list of only 10 Amazing Google Doodles only because we can’t possibly mention them all, and they are all so creative they boggle the mind.
On July 24 2012, Google wanted to remind the world of the accomplishments by Amelia Earhart and celebrate her life as the pioneering female pilot and the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic.
A handful of Thomas Edison’s creations shape the word ‘Google’ in this particular doodle, paying tribute to the great inventor on his 164th birthday.
The first fully interactive doodle materialised on 21 May last year, with a customised, playable version of the popular 1980s arcade classic Pac-Man.
We had to include this awesome animated zip doodle that we came across earlier this year. Us, like many we’re sure, sat and unzipped the Google homepage a few times the day it was launched. Clicking the zipper made the page split in two, revealing the doodle’s inspiration.
Web giant Google kicked off Halloween 2012 celebrations with an interactive doodle that depicts a spooky street – and it’s up to you to decide whether you want to know what’s going on behind the doors!
This Google Doodle paid tribute to silent film star Charlie Chaplin, with this short video, which celebrated what would’ve been his 122nd birthday.
This was first ever animated video doodle. Google paid an amazing tribute to John Lennon on his 70th birthday remembering all his words of wisdom and memories.
Ludwig Van Beethoven
Google celebrates the great composer’s anniversary with a mini game featuring some of his best-loved works including the Moonlight Sonata and the Fifth Symphony.
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