Tuesday, July 09, 2013

How to Play / Solve the Roswell UFO Incident Google Doodles Game | VIDEO

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Google Doodles Game

By Gerald Ferreira

     I just love Google Doodles, Conspiracy theories and aliens and today Google have combined all of these in a very interesting Roswell UFO incident Google doodle. The Doodle were designed into a game, and many people might find it difficult to solve the game puzzle in order to reach the google information about the Roswell UFO incident.

Roswell UFO incident took place in the USA in 1947, when an airborne object crashed on a ranch near Roswell, New Mexico, on July 7, 1947. Explanations of what actually took place are based on both official and unofficial communications. The most popular theory of what happened is that the object was a spacecraft containing extraterrestrial life. Since the late 1970s, the Roswell incident has been the subject of much controversy, and conspiracy theories have arisen about the event.

How does the Roswell UFO incident Google Doodle GAME Work?

The google doodle start with an alien ship heading for earth, when you click the play button the alien ship starts to descent faster down to earth and it looks like the space ship is having some trouble. In the next scene you can see the skylights and the country side where the Roswell UFO incident appear, and view it like people have described the lights and the crashing at the time.

Once the animation is done, the alien gets out of his ship and you can walk the alien around the game, by using your mouse and clicking where you want the alien to go. At this time there are several options on your screen, if you do not like the eerie sound you can turn it off by clicking on the sound icon. . . .

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