Omikuji Fortune Cookie 1.42
With recent changes to the zodiac signs,youcan't trust just anybody to tell you what the universe haspreparedfor you. The Fortune Cookie has been used for thousands ofyears tobring good news to the people who are ready for it. Now youcan getyour fortune without even having to click your mouse. Areyou readyfor this?Omikuji Fortunie Cookie is not just an application thatgeneratespseudo-random messages of good will and hope. The powerof theuniverse is truly behind this amazing app, whichpersonalizes themessage to the user. The mythical Internet god hascombined forceswith the almighty fortune giver from ancientJapanese legends.Don't start another day without arming yourselfwithforeknowledge about your own destiny. For as the proverb ofoldsays, "Fate aids the courageous."
Nintendo Tic-Tac-Toe 1.0
ASCII Game of Life 1.0
No, this is not the board game. This gameisJohn Conway's Game of Life - ASCII version. This game is azeroplayer game - a cellular automaton - a "discrete model studiedincomputability theory, mathematics, physics, complexityscience,theoretical biology and microstructure modeling. Cellularautomataare also called cellular spaces, tessellation automata,homogeneousstructures, cellular structures, tessellationstructures, anditerative arrays. ""A cellular automaton consists of a regular grid of cells,eachin one of a finite number of states, such as on and off(incontrast to a coupled map lattice). The grid can be in anyfinitenumber of dimensions. For each cell, a set of cells calleditsneighborhood (usually including the cell itself) isdefinedrelative to the specified cell. An initial state (time t=0)isselected by assigning a state for each cell. A new generationiscreated (advancing t by 1), according to some fixedrule(generally, a mathematical function) that determines the newstateof each cell in terms of the current state of the cell andthestates of the cells in its neighborhood. Typically, the ruleforupdating the state of cells is the same for each cell and doesnotchange over time, and is applied to the whole gridsimultaneously,though exceptions are known, such as theprobabilistic cellularautomata and asynchronous cellularautomaton.The concept was originally discovered in the 1940s by StanislawUlamand John von Neumann while they were contemporaries at LosAlamosNational Laboratory. While studied some throughout the 1950sand1960s, it was not until the 1970s and Conway's Game of Life,atwo-dimensional cellular automaton, that interest in thesubjectexpanded beyond academia. In the 1980s, Stephen Wolframengaged ina systematic study of one dimensional cellular automata,or what hecalls elementary cellular automata, showing that some ofthe rulesets were Turing-complete. He published A New Kind ofScience in2002, claiming that cellular automata have applicationsin manyfields of science."