Google Unwraps 19 Past Doodle Games for its 19th Anniversary

People visit Google's booth at the Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC) 2017 in Beijing, China April 28, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee

American’s multinational technology company, Google,  marks 19 years of company history with past Doodle games.

Today, the party is coming to its Doodle, the latest Google Doodle packs 19 surprises from the past. You’ll be able to play a bunch of games, including tic-tac-toe, piñata, and cricket and access awesome interactive Doodles from the archives, including the lauded DJ and music composition tools launched earlier this year.

There’s even a Snake easter egg lurking in the mix, which offers a colorful take on the mobile gaming classic that’s every bit as addictive. Simply spin the wheel to start playing.

Earlier this year, it was announced that Google is funding a new software project that will automate writing local news.

In October 2016, statistics showed that Google owned 90.3 percent of the world market share of search engines; as of July 2017, Google owns 86.8 percent.

Google so far has employed  more than 72,000 people, leads the world in digital and mobile advert revenue. As Recode reported earlier this year, nearly $50 billion to 67 percent of Google’s net digital ad revenue  will come from mobile in 2017, up from $38 billion in 2016.