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Golly 2.8 has been released.

Golly is a cross-platform application for exploring Conway's
Game of Life and many other types of cellular automata.

Lots of important changes in this release:
http://golly.sourceforge.net/Help/changes.html

Posted by Andrew Trevorrow 2016-08-27

Golly 2.7 has been released.

Golly is a cross-platform application for exploring Conway's
Game of Life and many other types of cellular automata.

The changes in this version are listed here:
http://golly.sourceforge.net/Help/changes.html

Posted by Andrew Trevorrow 2015-05-29

Golly 2.6 has been released.

Golly is a cross-platform application for exploring Conway's
Game of Life and many other types of cellular automata.

This release fixes some important bugs. Details here:
http://golly.sourceforge.net/Help/changes.html

Posted by Andrew Trevorrow 2013-12-10

Golly 2.5 has been released.

Golly is a cross-platform application for exploring Conway's
Game of Life and many other types of cellular automata.

The changes in this version are listed here:
http://golly.sourceforge.net/Help/changes.html

Posted by Andrew Trevorrow 2013-06-15

Golly 2.4 has been released.

Golly is a cross-platform application for exploring Conway's
Game of Life and many other types of cellular automata.

This release fixes a few bugs. In particular, the 64-bit Windows app
can now use more than 4GB of hash memory. For the complete list of
changes, see http://golly.sourceforge.net/Help/changes.html

Posted by Andrew Trevorrow 2012-06-14

Golly 2.3 has been released.

Golly is a cross-platform application for exploring Conway's
Game of Life and many other types of cellular automata.

This release includes 64-bit versions for Windows and Mac OS 10.6/7.

For the complete list of changes, see Help > Changes.

Posted by Andrew Trevorrow 2011-12-01

Golly 2.2 has been released.

Golly is a cross-platform application for exploring Conway's
Game of Life and many other types of cellular automata.

The main change in version 2.2 is support for bounded grids
with various topologies (plane, tube, torus, Klein bottle, etc).

For the complete list of changes, see Help > Changes.

Posted by Andrew Trevorrow 2010-11-21

Golly 2.1 has been released.

Golly is a cross-platform application for exploring Conway's Game of Life and many other types of cellular automata.

The main change in version 2.1 is the ability to download patterns, rules and scripts from various web sites -- see Help > Online Archives.

For the complete list of changes, see Help > Changes.

Posted by Andrew Trevorrow 2009-09-13

Golly 2.0 has been released.

Golly 2.0 has some significant changes. It supports multiple algorithms
and multi-state universes (up to 256 states). This allows it to support
many different types of cellular automata, including John von Neumann's
29-state CA, Generations, WireWorld, Langton's Loops, Paterson's Worms,
and many more. You can also add your own rules.

See Help > Changes in the app for a full list of changes.... read more

Posted by Andrew Trevorrow 2008-12-03

Golly 1.4 has been released.

Version 1.4 has a number of GUI enhancements and fixes some bugs.
See Help > Changes in the app for a full list of changes.

Posted by Andrew Trevorrow 2008-05-25

Golly 1.3 has been released.

Main changes in version 1.3:

- Perl scripting support.
- Unlimited undo/redo.
- User-configurable keyboard shortcuts.

See Help > Changes in the app for a full list of changes.

Posted by Andrew Trevorrow 2007-11-18

Golly 1.2 has been released.

The Golly Gang are happy to announce the release of Golly 1.2.
See Help > Changes for what's new.

Posted by Andrew Trevorrow 2007-04-15

Golly 1.1 has been released

The Golly Gang are happy to announce the release of Golly 1.1.
See Help > Changes for what's new.

Posted by Andrew Trevorrow 2006-11-05

Golly 1.0 has been released.

The Golly Gang are happy to announce the release of Golly 1.0.
See Help > Changes for what's new.

Posted by Andrew Trevorrow 2006-06-18

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