Google Doodle Celebrates Roswell’s Pop Culture Status

Google Doodle Celebrates Roswell’s Pop Culture Status

On the 66th anniversary of the Roswell UFO crashing, the web giant offers an interactive game involving aliens and flying saucers.

Keerthana Jagadeesh
  • 8 july 2013

We’re back in the doubts and mysteries of 1947 with today’s Google Doodle, a side-scrolling game involving an alien and a crashed UFO. Riffing on the mystery of the infamous Roswell UFO crash’s 66th anniversary, the web giant’s doodle game is in typical style: Sophisticated, humorous but questioning, a play on the real world and putting the past in the words and design of contemporary culture.

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