Google has commemorated the Rio Olympics of 2016 with a brand new doodle of fruit games.
The doodle fruit games of 2016 have begun. Google, in honor of the Rio Olympics, has come up with an interesting doodle which features fruits engaged in all sorts of antics and sports. They run and play and frolic and engage in all sorts of physical boisterousness.
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It all starts with an open fruit stall in Rio where the produce starts competing with each other in an effort to win the title of the best and freshest fruit of the lot.
The Google application for this game is available on Android or iOS. All you have to do is click on the doodle. 2016 Doodle Fruit Games will then begin. Strawberry will be at the forefront and watermelon will be going at it like crazy.
Coconut will make a jump worthy of such a palm tree product. Then there is lemon with its zesty attitude and a whole bunch of frozen fruit too. Pineapple is sweet in its actions yet packs a deadly sour punch.
Now, things get more like liquid nectar. Orange swings the ball and blueberry makes the ultimate leap in the air. Grape makes the ride of its life atop a spider while apple takes a swipe at it and manages to capture it.
The list of conquests and victories snatched from the mouth of defeat are one too many to list in all their fruity pleasure and flavor. This game has a reach across several places around the world. It is very popular although not as popular as Pokemon Go.
The actual real life sporting extravaganza is being copied in cyberspace in the form of fruits. Since Brazil is known for its exotic fruit like the rest of Latin America, the 2016 Olympics in its city of Rio are being vicariously enjoyed online in the form of lively and active fruit characters.
The game has indeed created many a play on words such as “Orange you Glad”, “Berry Good” “Apple-solutely” and even “Melon-choly”. What a fun-filled way to celebrate an event even if you cannot make it to the stadium on time.
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The world’s cyberfreaks can now play this doodle fruit game with passion and panache. Nothing can stop them from making leaps and bounds as they practice the moves on their tablets or iPhones. Now isn’t that a “fruit-ful” thing to do at the end of the day!?