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Fourth of July 2019: Today’s interactive Google Doodle celebrates U.S. Independence Day

It’s that season when Americans celebrate July fourth, their country’s birthday. Also, those festivals much of the time revolve around backyard barbecues and baseball. Today’s interactive Google Doodle celebrates U.S. Independence Day with a backyard BBQ ball game—and classic American summertime snacks are stepping up to the plate for an opportunity to hit it out of the park!

Google dependably gets into the soul with a Doodle that features the American soul. A year ago, the search giant cooked up an interactive map that highlighted recipes from over the US, while the prior year it went wild with one roused by Stephen Mather, the first director of the National Parks Service.

Independence Day (the Fourth of July) is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the Declaration of Independence of the United States on July 4, 1776.

This year, to celebrate that day in 1776 when the Continental Congress voted to receive the Declaration of Independence, Google propelled a Doodle on Tuesday that consolidates two of most loved Independence Day activities to make an interactive game: backyard barbecue baseball.

For the Fourth of July, Google wants people to play with their nourishment.

The freshest Google Doodle gives people a chance to play baseball, that classic American pastime, with a lot of “characters” in light of country’s preferred foods. They incorporate a hot dog (“H-Dog”), popcorn (“Power Pop”), and a corn on the cob (“Cobbra”).

The game sends people to bat as their preferred summertime snack including greats, for example, H-Dog, Power Pop, Wild Slice and the Cobbra. The group they are confronting is somewhat nuts, however their oppo taco is only a swing – er, click – away.

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Dan Zinman started his career as an astronomer and college professor and quickly expanded into popularizing the understanding of science and scientific discovery. He did this through writing books, essays, and articles. He is contributing by writing news articles for timebulletin.com.