DESCRIPTION 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 patterns that will evolve in specific ways, or by changing the rules of the world, for instance.
The main features of my implementation are:
¤ Play / Pause / Reset / Random Buttons ¤ Changing the speed ¤ Changing the size of the world ¤ The world is shaped like a torus ¤ Changing the color: - United - Random - Gradient ¤ Changing the shape of cells (11 available) ¤ Become master of the world by changing the rules: - 12 predefined rules - Create your own rules ¤ Library patterns (over 50): - Oscillators - Ships - Guns - Space fillers - Other ¤ Possibility of sending patterns by email ¤ Create life or destroy it, simply by touching the screen!
For any bug, suggestion or information contact me at:
Here is a new update. What's new on this version (v1.4): - Fixed a problem when clicking on a single cell - Ability to zoom in and out without destroying the world - Blocking the screen orientation (source of bugs)
The next update will show the patterns submitted by users, then send yours
I doubt they'll take any action, so you should be OK. But the point is they definitely could - regardless of whether or not you charge. I'm letting you know because a considerable % of devs I've talked to have had games pulled at some point or another by google because they didn't check copyright.
Other than that, it looks like a great app. Best of luck.
- Added app2SD - Added German version (thank you Daniel S) - Added 3 new rules - Added world appearance (square or torus) - Added a gallery of fans - Change buttons appearance - Ability to move the world - Quick Save/Load