Google Doodle Championship kicks off with Olympics
All games in this championship consist of the games played in the Olympics,
With the start of the Tokyo Olympics 2020, Google has changed its doodle on the homepage and launched the “Champions Island Games” which can be played online. This doodle championship will last for a week.
These are 16-bit video games developed in collaboration with the Japanese animation company Studio 4° C. All the video games in this championship consist of the games played in the Olympics, while each game highlights the Japanese landscape, society, civilization, and culture.
The main character of these games is a ninja cat called “Calico” which is controlled by the user himself. The championship has a total of seven small online games, including skateboarding, table tennis, and wall climbing, each of which has a “legendary champion” who can only be defeated by winning the final stage.
The games are arranged like a cartoon movie in which “Calico” ninja cat arrives on an island where the sports championship is being held. Calico competes in the same championship. Like the doodle games created in the past, these games can only be played online in the browser.