Doodler Juliana Chen's own black cat named Momo inspired this year's Halloween doodle.
Doodler Juliana Chen's own black cat named Momo inspired this year's Halloween doodle. Screenshot via Google

Google’s Halloween Doodle Is Actually a Pretty Fun Game

Oct 31, 2016

This Halloween, treat yourself to Google’s new doodle starring Momo the cat.

The doodle doubles as a game where Momo is on a mission to get back her master spell book and rescue her school of magic, Google (goog) said in a statement. Players help Momo cast ghosts out by swiping in the shape of the symbol above a ghost's head: a dash, arrow, or lightening bolt. As players get further in the game, the number of ghosts appear faster, and with more than one symbol.

There’s no one place to draw the shapes, either: anywhere on the screen, however big or small, gets rid of the ghosts.

The inspiration for the game's magical character comes from Doodler Juliana Chen, who owns a black cat named Momo in real life. It’s Google’s hope that "every human, creature, and ghost has a purrfectly magical day."

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