Google has once again delighted users with its interactive doodle games, this time in celebration of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The Doodle Champion Island Games feature a cute and adventurous cat named Lucky, who competes in various Olympic events on a mystical island. If you’re wondering how to play these fun and addictive games, read on for a step-by-step guide.
Finding the Games
The Doodle Champion Island Games can be found on Google’s homepage by clicking on the doodle or by searching “Google Doodle Champion Island Games.” You can also access the games by going directly to the https://www.google.com/doodles/, where you can find all of Google’s past doodles.
Meet Lucky and Explore the Island
Once you’ve found the games, you’ll be greeted by Lucky the cat and the mystical island where the games take place. You can click on different areas of the island to explore and discover hidden surprises. You can also click on Lucky to see her perform different animations.
Choose Your Team
Before you can start competing in the games, you must choose which team you want to represent. Each team represents a different animal and has its own unique characteristics. You can choose from the Red Pandas, the Oni, the Tanukis, the Kappa, and the Kitsune.
Compete in the Games
There are seven different Olympic events in the Doodle Champion Island Games, each with its own set of challenges and obstacles. These events include table tennis, skateboarding, archery, rugby, artistic swimming, climbing, and marathon. To play, simply click on the event you want to compete in and follow the instructions on the screen.
Earn Points and Unlock Achievements
As you compete in the games, you’ll earn points for your team. The more points you earn, the higher your team will rank on the leaderboard. You can also unlock achievements by completing certain tasks or reaching specific milestones in the games.
Learn About Japanese Culture
In addition to being a fun and entertaining game, the Doodle Champion Island Games also offer players the opportunity to learn about Japanese culture. Each event is inspired by a different aspect of Japanese culture, such as table tennis being a popular sport in Japan and the Oni being a mythical creature in Japanese folklore.
Share and Compete with Friends
You can share your progress and achievements with friends by clicking on the “share” button on the bottom right corner of the screen. You can also compete with friends by comparing your scores on the leaderboard.
Now that you know how to play Google’s Olympic Doodle Champion Island Games, it’s time to start competing and exploring the mystical island with Lucky the cat. Have fun and may the best team win!