Olympics 2012 has finally come to and end. And ff course there are still many of us desperately hungover from the Olympics action. Some of you who used to wakeup in the morning just to play the Google Doodle might even be suffering from GODWS (Google Olympics Doodle Withdrawal Syndrome). To overcome this we suggest you a daily dosage of all the interactive doodles. Give it a go and let us know your best scores in the comments.
London 2012 Hurdles Google Doodle
This interactive playable hurdles doodle was designed by Engineer Kris Hom, with Michael Levin and a team of engineers. It lets you use the keyboard arrows to start sprinting and space bar to jump over the hurdle. Though you are the only person on screen that doesn’t mean you will win the Gold.
London 2012 Basketball Google Doodle
This interactive doodle let you use the mouse or the space bar, the longer you hold your click and release it the farther the ball will travel. Just figure out the timing of the release and you will shoot baskets with ease. Not as difficult as the hurdles one but still an addictive doodle.
London 2012 Slalom Canoe Google Doodle
This doodle takes you on a wild ride while you race down a river navigating turns with your up and down arrow keys and left and right keys to paddle. The trick is to paddle faster to get to the finishing line.
London 2012 Football Google Doodle
The last of the interactive doodle lets you use either your left right keys to move the goalie and space to jump or you can use them together too. Points are scored for each save. This will make you live the Hope Solo moment. And at the end of each game Google lets you share your scores over Google+ but you can drop comments below and let us know too