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**Google Doodles** are fun, often interactive, logo replacements that are used to celebrate a holiday, the birthday of a historical figure, or other special event. Use this tag for Google Doodles or search result Easter eggs that are games (for instance, the PacMan doodle or the Zerg Rush Easter ...

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What's the relationship between Google's Rubik's cube doodle and the word “Google”? [closed]

Normally a Google doodle is a doodle that represents the company logo, or the word "Google". I believe it is true also for today's Rubik's Cube doodle. Before you click on the doodle, there is a cube ...
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What happens when you finish Google's Rubik's Cube Doodle?

On May 19th 2014, Google added a solveable Rubik's Cube Doodle. I'm not very good solving Rubik's Cubes, and couldn't solve it myself. What happens when you solve the Doodle? If anyone looks for the ...
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How is score calculated in Google's 15th Anniversary Doodle?

I just managed to make 183 points (candies) in the doodle, and now I'm trying to reproduce that score on my computer. What is the best way to hit the piƱata in order to have more candies? Is there any ...
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Is it possible to beat Google's zerg rush easter egg game?

Google has an Easter egg running today. To activate it, do a search for "zerg rush" (no quotes). The game measures your kills and APM. Is it possible to beat the game?