is a 32-bit implementation of John Conway's life theory. It allows you to enter unique cell patterns and watch as they mutate, reproduce, and die-off in never ending patterns.
In a 1970 issue of "Scientific American", mathematician John Horton Conway described a series of simple birth and death rules which, when executed in rapid succession by a computer, can simulate a form of life.
This program displays the bacteria in an endless variety of interesting patterns which you can create, modify, and save.
A collection of Windows Vista fashioned icons. Comes with full vector sources. (Commercial)