Google on Monday unveiled its latest Valentine's Day-themed Google Doodle, which is also an interactive game that is for a good cause.
In the game, the player controls a lovestruck pangolin to raise awareness of conservation efforts for the endangered critter.
Because of their unique scales, pangolins are the most-trafficked animals in the world, prized for their pelts and their use in pseudo-scientific folk medicine.
Google software engineer Jordan Thompson wrote in a blog post that "we hope that by playing this Doodle game, you can learn a bit more about these wonderful creatures."
The search giant is urging people to help the plight of the pangolin by donating and supporting the World Wildlife Foundation, or WWF.
Google.org, the charitable arm of Google, also gave a grant to the WWF in 2016 that went toward protecting pangolin habitats from poachers.
So what's the game actually like? Keep scrolling...
Here's the Google Doodle that was released for Valentine's Day. It becomes an interactive game when you click the Doodle.
Basically, it's "Sonic the Hedgehog" with pangolins. It's pretty fun. You control a pangolin learning to bake, create music, and build flower bouquets to impress its sweetheart.
On each of the four levels, you roll around at high speeds trying to collect tokens and get to the end before the time runs out.
In the Google Doodle, pangolins are stylised in dashing purple, pink, and yellow colours — but in real life they look like this.
Their scales make them highly-prized by poachers and animal traffickers. "There are eight species of pangolin, four each in Asia and Africa, and all are under threat, including two species listed as Critically Endangered," the WWF says. "Pangolin populations have been devastated by poaching, including at least 80 percent of pangolins in Asia."