Color LIFE for Pocket PC 3.3

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The reproduction rules can be free selected likewise the incremental width and output time of the generations. Color-palettes can be produced on your own. With a shape-run, new rules and nice graphics can be found.

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Software information
Platform:
Other
Publisher:
jk-ware
Price:
$9.6
File size:
1.48 Mb
Date added:
December 27, 2014
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Description from the Publisher
Color LIFE illustrates the reproduction behavior of microorganism. The reproduction rules can be independently selected likewise the incremental width and output time of the generations. Color-palettes can be produced on your own. With a shape-run, new rules and nice graphics can be found. The generations become also represented with decimal cell-diameters smaller than one and with a median color value.
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