For the Fourth of July, Google Wants You To Play Baseball Game With Your Favorite Food
Google created an interactive Doodle for U.S. Independence Day. Available a day before, so you can play baseball game with surprisingly fun graphics. The latest Google Doodle allow you to play fun game, with a bunch of “food characters” including hot dog (“H-Dog”), popcorn (“Power Pop”), and a corn on the cob (“Cobbra”).
After a detailed introduction, you can play this BBQ ball game on desktop or on mobile, also you can get the chance to select your favorite food character. According to Google Doodle “Today’s interactive Doodle celebrates U.S. Independence Day with a backyard BBQ ball game—and classic American summertime snacks are stepping up to the plate for a chance to hit it out of the park!”
This newest Fourth of July Google Doodle started live at 12:00 AM ET on July 3rd, with the logo in blue dynamic letters and previewing some of the amusing characters so you can interact with. A pulsating ‘play’ button at the button-right corner launches the interactive experience.
This is a simple game that features a single button to stroke the bat, but it has to be timed right. Various hits are available with a distance stat overlaid in the case of home runs. The standard three strikes and you’re out rule applies. There is a 3D-element to the graphics, especially during the zoom out after a hit. Follow the on-screen instructions and, well, play ball against a team of peanuts while trying not to get too hungry.
The game is also available on the Google app, with the Pixel Launcher advertising it. On the two latter platforms, the Google Fourth of July Doodle is optimized for portrait orientation.