How to cut a pizza: Google’s playable doodle

Although toasted flatbread has been consumed for centuries in ancient civilizations, from Egypt to Rome, the city of Naples in southwestern Italy is considered the cradle of today’s pizza (dough layered with tomato and cheese ) at the end of the 18th century. This is where the story of pizza begins: a story that has been cooked through centuries of global migration, economic development, and technological evolution.

Pizza Doodle Google

Currently, an estimated five billion pizzas are consumed worldwide each year (350 servings per second in the United States only). And on December 6 -national holiday in Spain by the way- of 2007, the culinary art of the Neapolitan “Pizzaiuolo” was inscribed on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity of UNESCO.

Today’s Google Interactive Doodle celebrate precisely the anniversary of pizza with a minigame that you can play either from your mobile, tablet or a PC. The doodle is a pizza puzzle featuring some of the most loved pizza toppings from around the world and challenging you to cut according to the type of pizza you have ordered.

The gameplay is very simple, but its difficulty increases throughout the 11 types of pizzas there are to cut. But do not lose sight of the ingredients requested and the number of servings: the more precise the order, the more stars you will earn cutting pizzas from the classic Margarita to the Pepperoni or the Hawaiian with pineapple.

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