For anyone that missed it, you can still play the Doctor who Google doodle on the Google doodle archive, Click HERE for the direct link to the Dr Who 50th Anniversary Google Doodle.
for anyone that didn’t know on Saturday 23rd November was the 50th anniversary episode of Dr Who, and in celebration of this Google had live around the world was one of the largest doodles ever done on the search engines home page. Nicknamed the whodle, this is a little platform game in 8 bit style were you control any of the 11 incarnations of the doctor, you have to get back the letters that make up Google as the Daleks have stolen the letters.
Each level you have to get from one side to the other to get the letter then back to the tardis all in the shortest time possible, if you die you regenerate into another doctor, but time is added on, it is a very simple game but very fun. This doodle was born after a online petition that had over 4000 signatures on, for Google to celebrate one of the most popular scifi shows, that has fans across the globe.
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