The Game of Life

What’s the Game of Life?

The lines go from the cell we currently are in to the different neighbors of the cell.

The Rules

  1. If a cell is alive, and has less than 2 living neighbors, then it dies.
  2. If a cell is alive, and has 3 or 2 living neighbors, then it survives.
  3. If a cell is alive, and has more than 3 neighbors, then it dies.
  4. If a cell is dead, and has 3 neighbors, then it becomes alive.

Recreating the Game of Life?

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A highschool student interested in programming. Writes up some articles from time to time.

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