Google Drawings and Slides aren’t just for drawings and slide shows. Both can be used to create interactive games: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arbSDXlmc9c
Shown below is an example of a Connect 4 game I recently made.
Most of my students had this game built and ready to play by the end of their class period.
The game is initially built in Google Drawings. Students begin with a circle, duplicate it repeatedly, and then click on Arrange on the menu bar to distribute the circles horizontally and evenly. The game board has 42 circles altogether: 7 across, 6 down.
Once the game board is complete, it is saved as a png file and then uploaded to Google Slides as a background image, which prevents players from accidentally deleting the game board during play. Once in Slides, students create playing pieces for themselves and an opponent. The game is then shared with a friend and play begins. Students can use Ctrl + Alt + M to bring up a comment box to “trash talk” their opponents, letting them know when a move has been made and to let them know who is going to be victorious. The game can be played synchronously or asynchronously.
This game idea game from Alice Keeler. Click this link to read more: https://alicekeeler.com/2017/04/18/google-drawing-play-connect-4-asynchronously