Conway Life Game is a fun puzzle game designed by Professor John Horton Conway of Cambridge University. This website is the web version of the game. The game rules are the same as the original version.
In Conway’s game of life, the following laws of survival are stipulated.
(1) When the current cell is in a dead state, when there are 3 surviving cells around, then the cell becomes alive after the iteration (simulation reproduction); if it was originally alive, it will remain unchanged.
(2) When the current cell is alive, when the surrounding neighbor cells are less than two (not including two) alive, the cell becomes a dead state (simulated life is scarce).
(3) When the current cell is alive, when there are two or three viable cells around, the cell remains as it is.
(4) When the current cell is in a living state, when there are more than three living cells around, the cell becomes a dead state (too many simulated lives).