The Game Of Life (Donate)

The Game Of Life (Donate)


The game of life is actually a cellular automaton devised by the mathematician John Horton Conway in 1970.
It's sort of a virtual world where many cells are living.
They reproduce and die under certain conditions.
This game does not need the player itself (kind of zero-player game), but we can make it more interactive by adding special atterns that will evolve inspecific ways, or by changing the rules of the world, for instance.

The main features of my implementation are:

¤ Changing the speed
¤ Changing the size of the world
¤ Changing the colors:
¤ Changing the shape of cells (11 available)
¤ Become master of the world by changing the rules:
- 18 predefined rules
- Create your own rules
¤ Library patterns (over 130):
¤ Ability to rate for the best patterns
¤ Ability to send patterns by email
¤ Create life or destroy it, simply by touching the screen!


For more information, visit the official wiki:
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeu_de_la_vie
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conway's_Game_of_Life

Visit my website : www.simon-marquis.fr

TAG :
Game of Life Jeu de la Vie Automate automaton John Conway cellule cell zero player world pattern motif implementation simulation casual free gratuit old school fractal explorer abstract best

Recent changes:
* new Patterns
* compatible with Tablet
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The game of life is actually a cellular automaton devised by the mathematician John Horton Conway in 1970.
It's sort of a virtual world where many cells are living.
They reproduce and die under certain conditions.
This game does not need the player itself (kind of zero-player game), but we can make it more interactive by adding special atterns that will evolve inspecific ways, or by changing the rules of the world, for instance.

The main features of my implementation are:

¤ Changing the speed
¤ Changing the size of the world
¤ Changing the colors:
¤ Changing the shape of cells (11 available)
¤ Become master of the world by changing the rules:
- 18 predefined rules
- Create your own rules
¤ Library patterns (over 130):
¤ Ability to rate for the best patterns
¤ Ability to send patterns by email
¤ Create life or destroy it, simply by touching the screen!


For more information, visit the official wiki:
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeu_de_la_vie
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conway's_Game_of_Life

Visit my website : www.simon-marquis.fr

TAG :
Game of Life Jeu de la Vie Automate automaton John Conway cellule cell zero player world pattern motif implementation simulation casual free gratuit old school fractal explorer abstract best

Recent changes:
* new Patterns
* compatible with Tablet

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Mar 21, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Dec 21, 2013
Good fun I just wish there was a more precise way to edit patterns. Am I missing something? How do people create all those intricate patterns? Thanks, it's a very nice app.
A Google User
Dec 15, 2013
Good Would be nice if buttons would auto-hide. And looked better.
A Google User
Apr 28, 2013
Well done A good encapsulation of a very simple yet fascinating theory that is well presented. The developer responds quickly to issues. One suggestion/request would be to make the UI more holo-like, it is close now and would suit the app well.
A Google User
Apr 28, 2013
Well done A good encapsulation of a very simple yet fascinating theory that is well presented. The developer responds quickly to issues. One suggestion/request would be to make the UI more holo-like, it is close now and would suit the app well.
A Google User
Apr 28, 2013
Great but hate the rate button. Can't get rid of it even after rating & donating. Was 5 stars. Now 3 stars. Get rid of button. This is a lovely implementation of an old old favourite. More than just a game. Part of the history of automata.