For most people, picking through the games is an initially fun but quickly tiresome game of chance: you keep spinning, and are just as likely to repeatedly get a rubbish game as you are to get the one you enjoy.
But here at , we've spun the spinner so that you don't have to.
It's not only an entirely interactive set of decks that allow you to scratch and mix a range of tracks, it's also an educational and interesting trip through the beginnings of hip hop.
Birthday piñata: Created to celebrate Google's 15th birthday, in 2013, this is a stunningly addictive game where all you do is hit a piñata.
The hope is that my two young daughters will read it some day, and become immune to these antics. All it takes is a witty remark or flirty jesting to make a girl smile and break down any defensive shields around her heart.
This is difficult to accomplish in person, because it requires very quick thinking and perfect timing.
It's not only an entirely beautiful-sounding and interactive recreation of the theramin, you also get to learn about the life of Ms Rockmore and how to play a little tune.
Beethoven's Fifth Symphony: Somewhere between a puzzle, a game and a musical experience, this lets you stitch together parts of Beethoven's famous work.
Google is celebrating its birthday in perhaps the most Google of ways: with a Doodle that lets you play through the most fun Doodles ever. ) and so has a huge stock of entertaining and time-wasting little animations to play through.