Life is a cellular automaton devised by John Conway in 1970. From a few simple rules emerge a rich and pleasing behavior that is difficult to predict.
Click to add single cells, or randomly scatter a whole bunch onto the board. Set the speed to slow to watch it grow, or cranky it up and watch the patterns ebb and flow (or stop all together to edit the field).
Board is resizable, can optional wrap and supports a wide variety of rule variants.
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