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Conway's Game of Life

Conway's Game of Life for PC and MAC

Is a Casual game developed by Simon Marquis located at 73 promenade du Verger 92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux, FRANCE. The game is suitable for USK: All ages and required Android version is 4.0 and up.

How to run this game on PC or MAC

You can run all Android games and applications on your PC or MAC computer. Using a free software called Bluestacks, you don't need to purchase anything but games or applications it self if it isn't free.

Now you can use this Casual game on your PC or MAC.
User Reviews
I don't know if it's just me but I think it lacks precision. I'd separate the drawing functionality from the delete, and I'd love to see a zoom functionality in addition to the possibility of changing the world's size. By zooming cells won't disappear like it happens when changing size
Over all its a good app for game of life. Only one thing lacks that is goto next generation step by step. Here we have to puase again and again to check singal steps
I really enjoyed this but the ad banner covers a significant portion of the top of the screen hiding what happens underneath. I understand why ads are there, although I will never click on one, but they should be a bit less intrusive. I'm looking for a different version now.
also, the world gets cropped when zooming in and back out again. An "infinite" world (memory permitting) which can be zoomed into and out of and scrolled independently of the size setting would be nice
It's great - the customization and interface are infinite and graceful. The torus world option is a huge plus. Tons of patterns. Is a little sticky. I wish it had a grid option, and a generation counter. But it has no ads, and is free. Easy 5 - fingers crossed for updates!
Just what i was searching for I cant set the right shape easily but yhats a me problem i got fat fingys
This isn't actually a game, it's rather scientifical expirementation. It shows how something very complicated can come from something very simple.
Have lots of games on my phone.. Plenty of high graphics.. Lots of interactive play... But I always come back to this... The simplicity is its beauty..
This is great fun to play and experiment. Things have come a long way since using graph paper, pencil and eraser in the 1970's.
Seems to be the best version as it allows for creating own rules and is also customizable in other ways.
Very cool. The only improvement i can think of : when you adjust the view space dots will disappear permanently once they go off screen, which makes it hard to build more complex patterns. If there was a way to turn that setting off, that would make this five stars imo
It's funny how goddamn stupid people are. Looking at each of the low reviews, all of them are really stupid.
This is the best version of the game of life that I've seen on Google Play. A couple of suggestions for future development - how about a cycle counter and the ability to step through cycles.
2 reasons i luv it. 1. it takes up no space basically 2. no ads!!!! Dream game. MUST DOWNLOAD TELL UR FRIENDS GO NOW FIRST GAME THATS FREE AND WITH NO FREAKIM ADS GO NOW!!! $_$
And a great thinking tool. Design the starting variables of your own universe and let it play out. You can zoom, pause, download popular universes and let them run, or change the rules. I could do none of that in the other app I tried.
Learned about this game as a kid and played it on paper, which is difficult. Watching these patterns come to life is amazing.
there is a problem with full screen in horizontal mode, squares are not perfect squares in this mode.
Some things ought to be fixed : the evolution of the game shouldn't be influenced by the zoom level. The size of the grid should be fixed in advance (in settings for example). Also, it would be nice to be able to make time go even faster, which I think is computationally possible given the simplicity of the algorithm and the power of today's CPUs.
Bad ratings are from idiots. This is literally life in digital form. It's cool to see how randomly things evolve from basic rules.
I love the fact that you have created this from the simulation that john created it gives me thoughts on life deeper than anyone can imagine