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Fractint

Fractint is a freeware computer program to render and display many kinds of fractals. The program originated on MS-DOS, then ported to the Atari ST, Linux, and Macintosh. During the early 1990s, Fract

MASON (Java)

MASON is a multi-agent simulation environment developed in Java.

Golly (program)

Golly is a tool for the simulation of cellular automata. It is free open-source software written by Andrew Trevorrow and Tomas Rokicki; it can be scripted using Lua or Python.It includes a hashlife al

Hashlife

Hashlife is a memoized algorithm for computing the long-term fate of a given starting configuration in Conway's Game of Life and related cellular automata, much more quickly than would be possible usi

Worms?

Worms? is a software toy written by David Maynard for the Atari 8-bit family and ported to the Commodore 64. Published by Electronic Arts in 1983, it was one of initial batch of releases from the comp

LifeWiki

LifeWiki is a wiki dedicated to Conway's Game of Life. It hosts over 2000 articles on the subject and a large collection of Life patterns stored in a format based on run-length encoding that it uses t

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