New Year's Eve 2020 is being celebrated by Google with Doodles on the homepage of the search engine this Tuesday (31). Different illustrations show the Froggy frog, a character created by the company for researching climate and weather on cell phones. The celebration of New Year's Eve takes place in different settings, accompanied by other animals. In one, Froggy watches fireworks in the sky by the water's edge, while the colored lights represent the letters of the word Google and illuminate the city's buildings.
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Doodles were created by illustrator Sophie Diao, and are being shown all over the world, with the exception of some African territories, on the Google homepage on the computer and on the cell phone. By clicking on the illustration, the search engine reveals the search results for the term New Year's Eve. Visitors can share the figures as a message on social media or by email via a direct link.
New Year's Doodle 2020 shows Froggy frog celebrating New Year's Eve Photo: Reproduo / Google
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The other drawings created by the artist show Froggy and her friends celebrating the arrival of the new year in other scenes: at a party inside her house, skating on the ice, holding balloons with the numbers of 2020 down the street and celebrating in the forest. Google says users can see all the scenes later on Tuesday.
On the Google blog, the company created a short story to develop the Froggy frog's New Year's Eve and wish his wishes for the new year. In the text, the character appears excited by the fact that 2020 is a leap year. The decade of 2020 will certainly be spectacular! "
Other New Year's Doodles celebrate the arrival of 2020 Photo: Reproduo / Google
On mobile, Doodle accompanied by a link to Google's 2019 Retrospective on YouTube. The video, published two weeks ago, shows images of the most searched terms of the year, revealing searches about "heroes" and "superheroes" in real life, with inspiring moments of personal achievements and good deeds from anonymous people.
Other New Year's Doodles
In previous years, Google also marked New Year's Eve with Doodles. In 2018, the illustration shows an art composed of purple elephants celebrating the new year at a party with balloons and bright colors. In 2017, the company created a series of different arts, which were shown in sequence during the weeks leading up to the turn of the year, with several families of penguins and other birds celebrating the new year.
Google Doodle celebrates the arrival of 2019 Photo: Photo: Reproduo / Google
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The history of Google Doodles