The animated game, featuring a match between a crickets and snails, was first used to celebrate the start of the ICC Champions Trophy this month.
Fans of the adorable game are glad to see that the Google Doodle has returned for the start of the Women's Cricket World Cup in England this weekend.
England were stunned to lose by 35 runs to India in Derby in the opener yesterday. The home team will play Pakistan in Leicester on Tuesday.
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The Google Doodle game has been removed from the search engine’s main page in the UK. But you can still play the game via the Google Doodle archive.
In order to play Google Doodle game, you simply click your mouse to swing the bat and watch the snails chase after the ball as your crickets make their runs.
To celebrate the 2017 ICC Women's World Cup, we’re inviting everyone to tap/click and take a swing at our pocket-size game!
Google Doodle team
The antimated cricket match will continue as long as you hit the ball and make runs. But if you miss the just ball once, it will be game over.
Google Doodle celebrates Women's Cricket World Cup with cricket game
The team behind the Google Doodle said: “To celebrate the 2017 ICC Women's World Cup, we’re inviting everyone to tap/click and take a swing at our pocket-size game!
“We know that cricket is loved worldwide, so we wanted to make sure our Doodle works for everyone, including those on slower mobile networks.
"We kept the file size fly-sized, and the result is our smallest interactive Doodle ever — even snail networks can load it in seconds.”
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The Women's Cricket World Cup will run until mid-July. Pakistan surged to a shock victory over India in the ICC Champions Trophy Final at The Oval this month.