By M-Logic, Inc.
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Enjoy the "Conway's Game of Life" ! Also known as life, the original game was created by the mathematician John Horton Conway from Britain in the 70s, and please welcome the iPhone version iLifeGame! For those who don't know about, it looks like a grid of square cells which interact each other. One cell has two possible states: live or dead. The initial state can be defined, and the user interactions will influence the evolution of the grid.
Conway's Game of Life - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Ideal for iPhone, feets well the iPad's large screen too
- Library with predefined patterns
- Create your own pattern on the fly
- Random placements available too
What's New in Version 1.02
- Bug fix
I just can't stop staring into my ipad it's trance enducing. Wish there was a way that you can change the guidelines for which the cells interact, and I've also heard of this program being used to simulate the random interactions of atoms In our universe on a massive scale? Not sure Either way it's really cool. Btw if you think it's hard to use, random generate and press the play button on the bottom right.
Hard to use, but patience is rewarded!
Difficult to place the spots on the board, but if you're willing to tough it out, it's totally worth it. I wish there was a way to adjust pixel size and color.
It needs a help file. I found the rules on Wikipedia, but I should not have had to leave the app. It would also be nice to be able to resize the board- it is almost impossible to use without a stylus.