Conway's Game of Life
In the game of life, the state of cells is determined by 4 rules:
- loniliness: a live cell with less than 2 neighbours dies.
- overcrowding: a live cell with more than 3 neighbours dies.
- reproduction: an empty cell with 3 neighbours comes to life.
- statis: a live cell with exactly 2 neighbours stays alive.
Click the 'iterate' button to see the next generation,
click a checkbox to change the status of a cell yourself.
Many basic patterns are available here.