The initial ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics 2020 is planned for now and to honor it, Google Doodle dispatched an anime-inspired game and named it Doodle Champion Island Games.
On the Google Doodle page, the Doodle Champion Island has been portrayed as a “world filled with seven sport mini-games, legendary opponents, dozens of daring side quests.”
The games recorded on the Google Doodle page are table tennis, skateboarding, archery, rugby, swimming, climbing and marathon.
HOW TO PLAY?
As portrayed on the Google Doodle page, “Welcome to the Doodle Champion Island Games! Over the coming weeks, join calico (c)athlete Lucky as she explores Doodle Champion Island: a world filled with seven sport mini-games, legendary opponents, dozens of daring side quests, and a few new (and old) friends. Her ultimate goal? Defeat each sport Champion to collect all seven sacred scrolls and complete extra hidden challenges across Champion Island in the purrr-ocess.”
If you click on the present Google Doodle, it will divert you to the main page of Doodle Champion Island. “Click on today’s Doodle, join one of the four colour teams to contribute to the real-time global leaderboard, and let the games begin!”
The cutscene animations and characters for the flavor of the day Doodle Champion Island Games were made by Tokyo, Japan-based animation studio, STUDIO4°C.
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