Game of Life Simulator

Dave Reed, Creighton University

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The Game of Life is a cellular automata model invented by John Conway. Each cell in the grid represents an organism in a simple ecosystem. The rules for survival and procreation are simple:

Setting the initial state of the grid: Click on individual cells in the grid to toggle their values (from dead/white to alive/black). You can also randomize or clear the grid contents:

Running the simulation: You can click to see one generation at a time, or start the continuous evolution process:

with second delay
Generation: 0