John Conway's Game of Life

Description:The classic "Game of Life" invented by mathematician John Conway, you'll find Life fascinating. It's a visual delight. When you're growing mold in a petri dish (or when you see mushrooms growing in your lawn, or the macropopulation density of inner cities, or mildew growing on your shower wall...), you see definite patterns of growth (expansion and rearrangement) and decay (death). Although it is called the "game" of Life, you don't "play" it, you just watch it. For the S series only.
Author:Timm Ganske
Downloaded file size:4,600 bytes
Size on calculator:4 KB
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Primary category:Games/Misc
File date:2008-08-18 22:30:58
Source code:Not included
Download count:1,649
Version history:2008-08-18: Added to site
Archive contents:
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     3658  11-01-91 00:00   LIFE
     7573  11-01-91 00:00   LIFE.ASC
     2645  11-01-91 00:00   LIFE.DOC
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    13876                   3 files
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