DescriptionIn honour of the 60th anniversary of the original publication of his first book, Astronauci, Google presented a protracted Doodle on their frontpage dedicated to the Polish science-fiction author Stanisław Lem. This interactive diversion follows an inventor through three mini-games inspired from Lem's writings: three rounds of a mathematics duel with a giant robot calculator who makes it difficult to input correct answers, three iterations of a waveform-matching game, and three shots of an artillery game, shooting accomplices out of a cannon and on to a nearby cubical satellite. Upon the conclusion of all three games, the inventor's invention is assembled and it invokes some words beginning with the letter "N" -- varying according to how many times the game has been played.
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Stanisław LemHow ironic is that a tribute to Lem is placed on an Internet browser, given the alleged quote: "Until I started using the Internet I hadn't known there were so many idiots in the world."
This quote is not sourced, but his other quotes regarding the Internet show that he was aware of many of its dangers so he wasn't very enthusiastic about it.
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- Play the Stanisław Lem Google Doodle (Free, legal play of the game through a web browser.)