Google Launches Doodle Champion Island Games to Celebrate Tokyo 2020 Olympics | Tendency
Google Doodle has found a creative way to mark the start of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Originally slated for last year, the world’s most celebrated sporting event has been postponed until 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Ahead of its opening ceremony, the tech giant released an animated track and field game called Doodle Champion Island Games.
âWelcome to the Doodle Champion Island Games! In this interactive #GoogleDoodle, join (c) athlete calico Lucky as she explores a world filled with sports, legendary opponents and daring side quests. Are you a lucky feline? The epic adventure begins now, âGoogle Doodles shared on Twitter with a Gif giving a brief introduction to the innovative and lively world of doodle filled with various mini-games.
“It’s meow or never – help Lucky collect the Seven Sacred Scrolls by defeating the Desert Island of the Island Champions.” You might even meet a few new (and old) friends along the way. Pick a team to make the world leaderboard and let the games begin! Google added in replying to its own post.
With real-time team leaderboards, the Doodle Champion Island Games gives people the chance to play various games. There are also some Doodle Champion Island âpurrsâ that they introduced. Additionally, anyone playing the game can join any of the four teams – Blue, Red, Yellow, and Green – as Lucky, the Ninja Cat.
Have you tried playing Doodle Champion Island Games?