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Pass the time playing with Google's popular Doodle series, now making a comeback

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Here's a bit of history for you: Logo was the first programming language designed for kids and it debuted over half-a-century ago. Back in 2017, Google sought to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the event by releasing Coding for Carrots, a Google Doodle game that quickly became one of the most popular in the series.

What did it look like? See for yourself: Google has brought back the game today as part of an overall "throwback" effort that will continue for the next two weeks. Each day, users will get to play a different featured game from the Google Doodle archive. As of now, there are a total of nine empty slots on the website.

If you've never played Coding for Carrots, here's the very simple premise: guide the on-screen rabbit to the various carrots by using simple commands.

Although we're excited to see what fan favorites Google will bring back, a Coding for Carrots marathon got us restless and landed us on the Google Doodle website. As a result, we spent all morning striking out while playing cricket. Talk about the cure to boredom.

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