Google Doodle and London Olympics
MANILA, Philippines - If you haven't been on Google lately, you probably haven't noticed the daily changes in its Doodle art.
The search engine giant has been in the mood for Olympics since the opening ceremony last July 27.
Here's Day 1 of its 2012 Olympics-themed Google Doodle art:
Day 2 - Google Doodle featured archery on July 28:
Day 3 - Diving on July 29:
Day 4 - Fencing on July 30:
Day 5 - Gymnastics on July 31:
Day 6 - Field Hockey on August 1:
Day 7 - Table Tennis on August 2:
Day 8 - Shot Put on August 3:
Day 9 - Pole Vault on August 4:
Day 10 - Synchronized Swimming on August 5:
Day 11 - Javelin on August 6:
Google started to spice up its London 2012 Olympics doodles starting August 7 by turning them into an interactive game. You can use your keyboard to play and navigate through the game and learn and share your score at the end of it.
Day 12 - Hurdles on August 7:
Day 13 - Slalom Canoe on August 8:
Day 14 - Basketball on August 9:
Day 15 - Soccer on August 10:
Day 16 - Rythmic Gymnastics on August 11:
Day 17 - Closing ceremony on August 12:
If you look closely, the cartoon athletes featured in the last doodle are all the athlethes individually featured in the previous doodles.
That's it for our London 2012 Olympic-themed doodles. (Visit RAPPLER's microsite on the London 2012 Olympics.)
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