Google Doodle for Halloween brings the popular Magic Cat Academy game

Google celebrates Halloween virtually and has brought the legendary doodle game “Magic Cat Academy” back to its homepage. Originally released in 2016, the game features a cat named Momo on a mission to “save her magic school from” mischievous ghosts “. In addition to the doodle game, Google has brought Halloween characters into augmented reality (AR). Google Assistant in the US is also getting a creepy-themed puzzle room to make this Halloween fun for people around the house due to the coronavirus outbreak.

With the Magic Academy Doodle game you can fight with ghosts in the virtual world of Momo. The game is available in four different levels and can be accessed via the Google homepage for the next 48 hours in regions such as Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Russia, Great Britain and the USA, where Halloween is widely celebrated.

You can use your finger on a touchscreen device or a mouse pointer on your laptop or desktop to draw symbols and defeat ghosts. The more you are able to kill the ghosts in the game, the more success you will achieve. However, with each subsequent level you will get more ghosts, including a vampire squid and an anglerfish.

To make the 2016 version stand out a bit, the Magic Cat Academy sequel includes an underwater theme. However, Momo looks the same as before. However, you must “reach new depths in your adventure against the big boss ghost and his school of ghouls”.

Google has Access provided to the Magic Cat Academy via their special Doodles website to make them playable in regions where people are not in the Halloween mood.

You can play that too Original version the Magic Cat Academy Doodle game from the Doodles website. This game also made a comeback in May as Google Doodle to help people limit their boredom while staying at home.

In addition to the Magic Cat Academy game, Google has brought AR Halloween characters to the Google app and your mobile site. You can check them out by searching for terms such as Halloween, jack o lantern, human skeleton, cat, dog, and German Shepherd.

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Google has added new AR Halloween characters to its app and mobile website

Google Assistant has also received a scary puzzle room adventure for people in the US. It can be experienced by saying, “Hey Google, tell me a riddle.” You can also ask, “Hey Google, Sing the Halloween Song” to learn how Google Assistant helps a werewolf, ghost, and vampire prepare their haunted skills for Halloween. The song is available worldwide in Arabic, French, Indonesian, Japanese, Spanish, English and Portuguese in Brazil.

Additionally, you can play Halloween sounds at home or on your assistant-enabled hearing aids by saying, “Hey Google, are you tracking my house.” Google Assistant also helps you give your room a Halloween flair by flashing purple, green, and orange through your smart lights as soon as you ask, “Hey Google, what am I going to be for Halloween?”

Google Nest Hello adds creepy doorbell tones, namely Black Cat and Werewolf, along with last year’s Ghost, Vampire, Monster and Witch. These will be available worldwide by November 1st.

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