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Watch as a beautiful block pattern is randomly generated over time. Each square has the same chance to change colors, but it doesn't happen evenly in the short run.
Generate some random streets in a town.
Generate a random map with water and land. Then play around making changes to obtain the perfect setup for a game, story, or diagram.
Simulate two competing populations: the land loving greens and the water loving reds as they move into an unexplored region. Watch as they takeover and hold territory from the competition.
Play the classic game of intergalactic conquest. Race against your opponents to colonize other planets and protect your own against invasions. Watch out, though, these planets may not be completely uninhabited.
In this classroom game, teams of students compete against each other to build houses and castles by solving Calculus problems. There are even caves with hidden surprises (or dangers) to explore.
Play around in an html desktop running in your browser.