You can help reunite two broken-hearted hamsters with Google’s Valentine’s Day doodle

Amrita Khalid

You can help reunite two broken-hearted hamsters with Google’s Valentine’s Day doodle


Google’s tradition of dropping small interactive games for holidays and special occasions shows no signs of stopping until Valentine’s Day 2022. This Valentine’s Day doodle depicts two hamsters in love with no end — that is, in the shape of Google’s logo in addition to the dangerous maze that separates them.

Your task is to help these two crazy kids reunite by pulling a series of levers and switches until Google’s logo is complete. Is this game as hard as Wordle is today? Not far. If you’re having trouble concentrating because you’re watching the Super Bowl, does it take about 30 seconds to complete, maybe even a minute? most likely. But the good news is that it’s an adorable pastime to get you into the Valentine’s Day vibe, and it’s kid-friendly.

If you want more, be sure to check out Google’s other doodle games. There’s a particularly interesting one involving Pizza, Pac-Man, one where you try to draw something before Google’s neural network outsmarts you, and one where you use a magic wand to help a cat get rid of some nighttime spirits. excellent.

You can play Google’s Valentine’s Day doodles by visiting its homepage on February 14, where you can view all of Google’s past doodles.

Correction, 2/13/22 12:30 PM ET: This story and its title originally said that Google’s Valentine’s Day Doodle went live today, February 13. It won’t be available until February 14th. We apologize for the mistake.

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