The doodle of Google for the month of May celebrates the 30th anniversary of the Pacman video game, which was first released in Japan in 1980. It quickly became a worldwide sensation and is considered one of the most popular video games of all time. To commemorate this anniversary, Google has released several occasion logos including a special Pacman version of its Google logo. Let’s take a look at them!
To mark the 30th anniversary of the game, the Google homepage has featured the classic pacman game, which can be played in your browser. This doodle is a tribute to the game’s popularity, as well as its large fan base. You can play it in any region or device, and you can even play the game for free, with high-score boards. As an added bonus, you can play Pacman on the go!
If you’re using Google Chrome to access the website, all you need to do is launch the browser and type in “Pacman” or “pac-man” into the search bar. The “PAC-MAN Doodle” that appears will appear, with the Pacman logo on top of it. Once you’ve done that, tap the “Play” button to start playing. Depending on the device you’re using, you might need to swipe to move around the screen.
As a celebration of the 30th anniversary of the game, Google has released a special version of its logo that can be played directly from the browser. To do this, you’ll need to open Google Chrome and type “pacman” into the search bar. Once the page appears, click “Play.” The game has a beginner’s level, which is different from the original Pacman game. The game is an easy one to get into and can be played on any computer.