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BlueBox A-Life


BlueBox is an alife open source game.

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BlueBox is an artificial life (alife) open source game. The goal is to raise a creature that is able to learn and evolve genetically. This project is inspired by the work of the game "Creatures" by Steve Grand.

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  • AIL : Artificial Intelligent Life
  • Genetic evolution of creatures
  • A real circular world
  • 2d graphics on multiple layers
  • Weather conditions evolve
  • Management tools in real time
  • Cross platform


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French, English

Intended Audience

Non-Profit Organizations, Information Technology, Science/Research, Developers, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Java Swing

Programming Language




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