Life

Life

LIFE is a machine language program originally written by Jay Fenton and coded by Richard C. Degler for the Astrocade to generate a universe of cellular objects on the TV Screen. The population of cells is changed in intervals called generations by a...

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Platform Bally Astrocade
Release Date 1982
Game Type Homebrew
ESRB Not Rated
Developers Richard C. Degler
Publishers Richard C. Degler
Genres Life Simulation
Max Players 1
Cooperative No
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Community Rating: 4.14
Total Votes: 7
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Overview
LIFE is a machine language program originally written by Jay Fenton and coded by Richard C. Degler for the Astrocade to generate a universe of cellular objects on the TV Screen. The population of cells is changed in intervals called generations by a set of rules. These rules are to be applied simultaneously to every cell in the pattern. The application of the rules to every bit in the field constitutes a generation.
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