Google Hides a Game of Life on the Search Page Google's not exactly lacking in Easter Eggs. Just do a search for "do a barrel roll" and see what happens. But that's not stopping it from adding some more. The latest is a rather geeky one, how else, math geeks are going to appreciate it the most. Do a search for "conway's game of life" and you'll get Conway's game of life, right there in the search results page. And no, that doesn't mean a Wikipedia page, it means an actual game being played in the page. Given that this is a "zero-player" game, you don't need to do anything other than land on the page. It's not really much of a game either since you can't influence it in any way. The game of life depends only on its initial state, everything else is automated and governed a by a set of simple rules. But you don't even get to influence the starting state in the Google page. Still, it's a very direct way of learning about the topic.
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