Google's Doodles have become more complicated over the years. Though they started out as simple drawings, they've progressed to animated works of art and sometimes full blown games. Google is treating us to the latter this morning. The company is commemorating the Roswell UFO incident with a small adventure game that sees the player take on the role of a displaced extra terrestrial.
Your job is to help the little guy collect the parts of his ship so he can reassemble it and go home. At the end, you're rewarded with a link to the Google search results for 'Roswell UFO incident.' Google hasn't yet said whether or not it will maintain the mini game once the Doodle's time expires (it kept its Pac-Man game from March 2010 alive and it's still accessible today via google.com/doodles/30th-anniversary-of-pac-man) so you better try it while it's on the homepage.
This took me back to time when I used to play point and click DOS based games like the Hugo series and stuff. Really well thought of, Google.
Graphics were intense.
Story line was mind blowing!
Use the toxic gas tank on the tree
I never used the feather before as I didn't know what it's for. But I still managed to get that piece the sleeping guy was holding. I kept on ringing his door bell and eventually he woke up and drop that piece to the ground.
Anyway, any one still want some more point and click games, here's one
Wenworth -Cat's in Space