Google doodle celebrates Halloween

From The Guardian:

Google is marking Halloween with an interactive doodle that animates some spooky happenings on a street where assorted ghouls and creatures are brought to life by users clicking on four front doors.

The inhabitants behind the doors, including a central one which is suitably numbered 13, double up to form the letters of the Google logo.

They include a blue one-eyed octopus, which stands for ‘G’, a pair of red and yellow eyes which provide the two ‘Os’ and a veiled ghost which forms the second ‘G’. A skeleton is the ‘L’ while a smiley face that turns into a monster represents the ‘E’.

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