I used to play Google Doodle daily. Can anyone say where can I download Google Doodle? I'd like to play Google Doodle on my home PC offline.
Can anyone suggest to me how to download Google Doodle and use it offline?
All the Doodles can be found through the Google Doodles page.
For saving any given doodle, I demonstrate my approach using the same Soccer 2012 doodle as @Synetech. To simplify the manipulation I use both Firefox and IE.
I have used IE for saving the page, since the Firefox menu function of Save Page As did not produce a playable game.
(Tested using Firefox 14 and IE9.)
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As for the actual picture, you can save them from Google Doodle page by right clicking on them and select save image (or similar - depending on the browser).
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You can’t download them easily like a downloadable game.
Fortunately, because webpages are pretty much open and exposed, you can download it, but you have to do some manual footwork.
Let’s take the Soccer 2012 doodle as an example:
To simplify the process a little, you can:
You can also try using a tool like
An even easier way may be to simply save the page (save complete page mode). Depending on your browser, it may/should save the HTML file, the auxiliary files (script, graphics, stylesheets, etc.), and adjust the filenames as needed.
After visiting Google Doodle page you can use any Bulk image downloader to download all the images in that particular page. So that you don't need to right click and save each and every individual doodles.