Google Goes Trick-or-Treating With an Interactive Halloween Doodle

Stan Schroeder
Google Goes Trick-or-Treating With an Interactive Halloween Doodle

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The time to trick-or-treat has come once again, and Google has treated us with an interactive Halloween doodle.

The doodle, which is visible in the U.S. and the UK, but not all countries, lets you explore a haunted house, inhabited with the standard array of black cats, ravens, skeletons, ghosts and monsters.

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Previous Halloween doodles included simple ones, such as Google's pumpkin-adorned logo, as well as a huge, multi-part, Scooby Doo-themed doodle. Check them all out here.

How do you like Google's Halloween doodle? Share your thoughts in the comments.

BONUS: Our Favorite Animated Google Doodles

The Christmas Google Doodle

Each package gets larger with a mouse-over, and a click on it returns search results pertinent to a specific country or the particular items featured in a scene. This one is from December 24, 2010.

Click here to view this gallery.

This story originally published on Mashable here.