Almost 40 years ago, when computers were large working machines and the phrase «computer game» sounded absurdly, a famous British mathematician invented the so-called «Game of Life», which by no means was a game, it was rather an example of a cellular automata clear for even a child. You certainly have seen those black-and-white cells (and possibly even have written you own example in the middle school).
Many years later, smart guys from AsteriskSoft brought new life to the good old game: the modern Conways «game» of life is a real *game*! Or, I must say, even a bundle of games, where you can even create new ones. CellFighter remember this name; youll hear it many times in the future.
In this colorful CellFighter you can add cells of different types (besides the normal «alive» ones) to field: food, passive stones, and different life and death sources. Player can also add new alive cells (if not restricted by current games rules). Players task may vary also: it may be to battle the enemy?s colony or to achieve a precise count for your colony, or to achieve some other, more complex goals.
You wouldnt find the «cool new 3D graphic» or «realistic sound» or «world-wide multi-player game» here. Youll only find something that will force you to play for hours.
CellFighter ScreenSaver 1.2 This screen saver is based on an amusing extension of the Game of Life: fidgety swarms of tiny critters wage a war for the screen space. You can change colors and forms of the
CellFighter Game 2.5 An amusing extension of the Game of Life: fidgety swarms of tiny critters wage a war against each other, and you takes part in this battle in real time as a commander of your own
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