Google celebrates Halloween 2020 with the notable “Magic Cat Academy” Doodle game from October 30 to November 1.
Google doodle is currently live on the Google homepage and will remain so for the following 48 hours. It was first released in 2016. To recognize the Doodle a piece, Google has added a submerged theme to it, and the interactive doodle expects you to arrive at new depths of the ocean by defeating different supervisors lastly taking the magical battle to the Big Boss ghost.
Google doodle will be made accessible in select regions for 48 hours. These regions incorporate Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Russia, the UK, and the US.
For Halloween 2020, the Magic Cat Academy sequel Google Doodle happens underwater “with new friends, old foes, and spooky surprises.” This “subaquatic shriek-quel” has new aquatic foes in each level: Immortal Jellyfish, Boops, Vampire Squid, and Angelfish.
The Magic Cat Academy Doodle won’t be made accessible in the nations where Halloween isn’t praised. If you live in such a nation, you can gain access to the Doodle through the dedicated Doodle website. There you can likewise play the original version of Magic Cat Academy.
To review, the doodle made a comeback earlier this year, while cities were in lockdown and individuals were remaining in their homes.
The Magic Cat Academy doodle expects you to play as a cat called Momo, who is admitted into a magic school. In the game, you as Momo need to save your school of magic from mischievous spirits who are attempting to dominate. At the point when the ghosts come they have a symbol on them to be distinguished. You have to draw the symbol to kill the ghosts before they can reach you. On the off chance that they figure out how to approach you, you lose a life. You have an aggregate of five lives to finish each of the four levels.
Toward the finish of each level, a ghost boss will come to you as a vampire squid or an anglerfish. You need to defeat them to proceed onward to the next level.
It’s live at present and will stay on Google.com for the following 48 hours. You can likewise access directly whenever here. The game works best on a touchscreen yet is playable on laptop trackpads.
Then, “Hey Google, tell me a riddle” in the US (English) launches a spooky-themed riddle room adventure. Other Assistant commands include:
- “Sing the Halloween song” — This song is accessible in Arabic, French, Indonesian, Japanese, Spanish, English around the world, as well as Portuguese in Brazil. It recounts the narrative of a werewolf, ghost, and vampire.
- “Haunt my house” — Assistant will play Halloween sounds and music, as well as flash smart lights through violet, green, and orange sequence.
There are four levels of gameplay that become logically harder to play. The first stage – because it’s nearest to the surface toward the start of our mission – is known as the sunlight stage. It includes an aquatic adversary known as the Immortal Jellyfish, which, when it’s approaching death, can return to the polyp stage and restart its life cycle.
Level two takes us deeper into the dark with the Twilight Zone. There are no signs here, however, you will experience an adversary known as Boops Boops that has enormous, buggy eyes.
For level three, the Midnight Zone will set you in opposition to the Vampire Squid, which notwithstanding its name, doesn’t suck or drink blood. Truth be told, it doesn’t have teeth.
If you can survive this long, your fourth and last test is in The Abyss, where you will go head to head with the Anglerfish. This creepy, deep-sea dweller has an enormous head and mouth that features long, fanglike teeth. It uses a sparkling development toward the finish of its modified dorsal fin spine called an esca to attract prey.
You start with a five-heart lifeline. You lose a heart each time a fish touches Momo, and the game closures when you run out of hearts, however, you can acquire the hearts back. (Pro tip: Keep an eye out for different shapes that might be of worth )
In case you’re looking for another irresistible Halloween game, Google delivers.
Google has given access to Magic Cat Academy through its dedicated Doodles website page to make it playable in the regions where individuals aren’t in the Halloween mood to a huge degree.
You can likewise play the original version of the Magic Cat Academy Doodle game from the Doodles website page. That game likewise quite made a comeback as a Google Doodle in May to assist individuals with restricting their boredom while remaining at their homes.
Close by the Magic Cat Academy game, Google has brought AR Halloween characters to the Google app and its mobile site. You can look at them via searching for terms, for example, Halloween, Jack-o-lantern, human skeleton, cat, dog, and German Shepherd.
Additionally, Google Nest Hello video doorbell brought back “Spooky sounds” recently that are specifically, “Black Cat” and “Werewolf” close by a year ago’s monster, vampire, ghost, and witch until November 1.