Conway's Game of Life
The Game of Life is a cellular automaton devised by the British mathematician John Horton Conway in 1970. Touch the screen to bring cells to life and observe how they participate in the game of Life. You can also randomly fill the canvas with cells and see how the story pans out. You can also change the rules of the game and see how life reacts. From this v1.2 onwards, the source is available as a repository on GitHub, so that anyone who is interested can view and modify the code to create an even better performing and prettier looking game. The link to the aforementioned repository is https://github.com/nighthawkOne/ConwaysGameOfLife Changes in v1.15 - Fixed bug in touch gestures arising from differences in the way different screens report size of touched area. Changes in v1.1 - Added tips dialog for an easy introduction to using the app. - Added new settings activity using swiped tabs and fragments. - New settings such as 'anti-alias'. - Fixed bug in random fill. - Settings changes are persistent between sessions, with an option to revert to default settings. - Better swiping with two different types of swipe trails, settable in settings menu.