Google Doodle Celebrates Google's 19th Birthday
Google Doodle Celebrates Google's 19th Birthday

We all know very well that the tech giant Google was founded in September 1998 by Sergey Brin and Larry Page, two Stanford Ph.D. students. Now, recently the tech giant Google is celebrating its birthday, and on the occasion of its anniversary has published a Doodle on its page revealing its age with a fun game.

Google Doodle Celebrates Google’s 19th Birthday

Google has given a surprise to many netizens this Wednesday. The star search engine is celebrating its birthday, and on the occasion of its anniversary has published a Doodle on its page revealing its age with a fun game: a roulette wheel of fortune.

One of the activities contained in the game is music composition. Through a page, the tech giant Google invites the user to create their own visual musical composition. All you have to do is select several points on the screen so that the notes start ringing.

The famous solitaire is another of the entertainment that can be found in the roulette of the giant of Silicon Valley, as well as the game ‘The Pony Expres’, in which the user must guide to a rider so that it collects letters on the backs of his horse. The latter is, in fact, a tribute to the mail service that crossed the U.S. in 1860.

The three in line, the Pac-man, the snake are another of the surprises that hide the Doodle. The surprise, however, has not only been the multitude of games that hides roulette fortune but also know the age of the seeker. Google is 19 years old today.

Google Doodle - Google Doodle Celebrates Google's 19th Birthday

It started as a university project: today it is the most visited website in the world.

The tech giant Google was founded in September 1998 by Sergey Brin and Larry Page, two Stanford Ph.D. students. It was started as a university project and has become the most visited website in the world.

As, just in a single day, it is capable of processing over 1000 million searches. The tech giant Google is currently leading company which is a subsidiary of the US multinational Alphabet Incorporation.

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