If you are a game player and a pepper lover, you must try today’s Google doodle. This interactive doodle show us about Wilbur Scoville’s experiments about pepper measurement. He was a chemist and the first man who use human to test the hot measure of pepper. Through his book, The Art of Compounding, he also being a first man who write a literature which show the fact that milk is a true antidot of pepper. To play this interactive doodle, click the play button first (in the bottom right corner).
In this game, we must shoot the peppers using ice cream to know how many and what kind of peppers did Scoville explore. To shoot, we must click the Scoville’s bar when the running circle pass the center of the ball. The more exact our click, the more powerful our shoot. In each level, we have three opportunities to shoot. And we may not waiting too long, or the running circle will stop and we lost an opportunity. If we lost all our opportunity in a level, then our game is over.
Then the doodle will show the hot measurement of the last pepper we play. Is it mild, hot, very hot, extremely hot, or the hottest? Contrary, if we can successfully beat the pepper, we can continue the game to the next level. So, what is the hottest pepper you can explore through this game? Try it and enjoy!