Life in the Fast Lane (DOS)

Life in the Fast Lane DOS Title screen


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This game, offered in Big Blue Disk #28, is a simple implementation of John Conway's Game of Life, a mathematical diversion which simulates artificial life by applying a simple algorithm to an array of cells. This particular version allows the user to manually or randomly create a pattern and then watch it evolve in real time or step-by-step using either the classic algorithm or what it calls the 3-4 variant.


Life in the Fast Lane DOS Establishing a pattern...
Life in the Fast Lane DOS A stable world
Life in the Fast Lane DOS Title screen

Alternate Titles

  • "The Game of Life (1989)" -- Big Blue Disk menu title

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This game was published as part of Big Blue Disk #28.
Demian Katz (2075) added Life in the Fast Lane (DOS) on Apr 20, 2004