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A Look Back at the Doodle Champion Island Games

A Look Back at the Doodle Champion Island Games

The Doodle Champion Island Games was an interactive Google Doodle released in July 2021. It celebrated the 2020 Summer Olympics and Paralympics, as well as Japanese folklore and culture.

The game was more than just a logo; it was a full-fledged RPG adventure. Players took on the role of Lucky, a young athlete who traveled across Doodle Champion Island, competing in seven different sports inspired by Olympic events. These included:

  • Hurdles
  • Table Tennis
  • Skateboarding
  • Archery
  • Rugby
  • Artistic Swimming
  • Climbing

Along the way, players faced off against legendary opponents, completed side quests, and unlocked new skills and abilities. The game also featured a number of hidden secrets and easter eggs to discover

The Doodle Champion Island Games was a unique and engaging way for Google to celebrate the Olympic Games and promote sportsmanship and cultural understanding. It was also a testament to the creativity and innovation of the Google Doodle team.

Here are some additional details that you may find interesting:

  • The game was developed by Google in partnership with Studio 4°C, a Japanese animation studio.
  • The game’s soundtrack was inspired by Japanese music, and it featured a number of traditional instruments.
  • The game was available in 19 languages.

The Doodle Champion Island Games is no longer available to play on the Google homepage, but you can still learn more about it and watch gameplay videos online.


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