Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Google celebrates Halloween with interactive haunted doors doodle

"Double, double toil and trouble;
fire burn and cauldron bubble."

~~ William Shakespeare, “Macbeth,” 1611

English poet and playwright, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world's pre-eminent dramatist. He is often called England's national poet and the "Bard of Avon". (1564-1616)





Google goes trick or treating today and celebrates Happy Halloween with a spooky, entertaining, " interactive doodle treat all in the wake of monster storm "Hurricane Sandy."
Much more than a just a Google doodle, today many internet surfers enjoyed spooky, interactive, search results instead of Google’s customary and “I’m Feeling Lucky” search options.

A black crow on the roof caws, complimenting the jack-O-lanterns scattered on the doorsteps and tin clank sounds from a scared black cat running and meowing to 5 haunted doors with a floating skeleton dangling from the facade . . .

. . . with a simple click, each door opens and strange taunts of squirts, ghoulish gibbering, and ghostly boohs as greeted by scary colorful figures.

A big blue octopus at the first haunted door, followed by a pair of giant red and yellow haunting eyeballs, a veiled ghost boohs at door #13, a boohing mummy and even a purple blob monster at the last haunted door.

To experience Google's Halloween doodle for yourself, visit this Google Halloween 2012 doodle.

This year doodle is a far cry from last year’s pumpkin-carving medley inspired doodle.

Here'a is the link to last year’s Google Halloween 2011 doodle.

Happy Halloween to you and yours!



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2 comments:

  1. Halloween is my favorite holiday! I like the Shakespeare quote from Macbeth and that image of the burning, bubbling green stuff coming from the cauldron.

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  2. Google doodles are great but it seems like Google is starting to go just a little overboard with the entire thing.

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