17 days of 2016 Rio Olympic Google Doodles: a full list of Google’s “Fruity Doodle” images
From the start of the games through closing ceremonies, Google replaced its usual home page logo with the following animated images.
To celebrate the 2016 Rio Olympics, Google created a “Fruity Doodles” free game app and used its home page to share the app via 17 different animated doodles — one for each day of the Olympic games.
The animated images, posted on Google’s home pages around the world, pointed users to the “Fruity Doodle” gaming app download page.
For the next couple of weeks, we’ll journey to an otherwise unassuming fruit stand in Rio, where produce from all over the market competes for the title of freshest fruit.
The app was available on iOS and Android devices during the games, but it is no longer available now that the 2016 Olympic games are complete.
In case you missed any of Google’s 2016 Rio Olympic doodles, we put together the full list, starting with the video it posted on day one to demonstrate the “Fruity Doodles” game app.
Side note: Day 10’s doodle played double duty with a fatherly watermelon and his two, loving, watermelon kiddos marking Brazil’s “Father Day” holiday.