gLife embodies the concepts found in artificial life and cellular automata (subsets of artificial intelligence), with a bias towards creating an artificial society. It provides a limited set of rules, towards the goal of making some sort of society emerge.
|Tags||Desktop Environment GNOME Games/Entertainment|
Release Notes: A couple of bugfixes, a new 'speed' rule (multiple moves per turn), a pretty significant speed-up in the code, Russian translation, and updated documentation (and re-licensing of documentation to GNU FDL).
Release Notes: Reproduction ruleset is now complete and enabled, major memory and speed enhancements, more options for user configuration, the ability to get information on either the animals or the terrain, documentation implemented and integrated into the application, and many other minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: Compilation fixes (proper dependencies added). Layout fixes. Animal movement has been visually enhanced. Feedback from the simulation is enabled. The ability to restart or end the simulation was added.
Release Notes: Bugfixes to the preferences dialog. No longer blocks the GUI while running the simulation. New, correct "random movement" algorithm. Uses "friendlier" default values. Efficiency should be improved. Visual enhancements to animal moving.
Release Notes: Initial release.