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2010/4/22

Natural Selection

Natural Selection

In this scenario, a number of frogs sit in a forrest. The colour
of the frogs is completely random. When frogs have young, the
offspring either have the same colour, or their colour mutates to
a varient of the parent's colour.

You are the predetor.

Start the project, then hunt (click) the frogs as fast as you can.
The project will stop after 100 frogs have appeared.

When it ends, observe the colour of the frogs.

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Tags: simulation with-source natural selection

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MathManiacMathManiac

2010/6/15

There was only 12 when it stopped.
mikmik

2010/12/10

But which colour were they?
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Fri Apr 29 08:30:39 UTC 2011 Published source code.
HermanHerman

2011/4/29

When it ended there only remained frogs with a colour close to or green.
MathManiacMathManiac

2011/4/30

Now I see only black frogs (Besides the frogs in the background). I like it how it looks like they reproduce by colour.
kiarockskiarocks

2011/6/12

many colors
ShagabashShagabash

2013/3/29

Fun to see a concept like this put into code. It ended with about 15 red frogs.
joshbuhljoshbuhl

2015/4/23

wow, that's neat! I wouldn't have thought it would work so quickly...
joshbuhljoshbuhl

2015/4/23

Shagabash, it just occured to me that your might be red/green colorblind...
VenbhaVenbha

2 days ago

Good game, mik

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