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On July 23, the XXXII Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo will open. In honor of this event, Google has launched a new interactive doodle – a series of mini-games available directly in the browser. All are inspired by various sports and Japanese culture.
Doodle opens in a hotel mini-window, where an animated preview is shown first, and then players are invited to choose their team and start participating in various competitions.
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To do this, you will need to move around the map and visit different arenas: for archery, tennis, synchronized swimming and other competitions.
On a PC, arrows are used for control, and the spacebar is used for action. On a smartphone, an on-screen stick and a separate button are displayed for this. You can navigate both independently and using the map by clicking on the compass icon and selecting the teleport arena.
This doodle is especially interesting because the progress of all participants is saved – you can exit the game by closing the page to continue after. Progress in all competitions is taken into account in the overall team standings, so the place of the entire team in the ranking will depend on the success of each player.
To start playing, go to the main Google search page and click on the animated doodle above the input line.