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'''Conway's Game of Life''' is in its forties. This is a timeline of the discoveries of the game [[pattern]]s and related software or inventions.
 
'''Conway's Game of Life''' is in its forties. This is a timeline of the discoveries of the game [[pattern]]s and related software or inventions.
  
== 1970 A.D. ==
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== 1970 C.E. ==
  
 
*John Horton [[Conway]], inventor of the [[Game of Life]].  
 
*John Horton [[Conway]], inventor of the [[Game of Life]].  
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*[[Main_Page|LifeWiki]] goes live — January 2009
 
*[[Main_Page|LifeWiki]] goes live — January 2009
 
*LifeWiki's 600 [[pattern]]s milestone — June 2009
 
*LifeWiki's 600 [[pattern]]s milestone — June 2009
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== 2010s ==
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*The first elementary oblique spaceship, [[Sir robin]] is discovered in late 2018.
  
 
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Conway's Game of Life is in its forties. This is a timeline of the discoveries of the game patterns and related software or inventions.

1970 C.E.

1970s

  • Lifeline, first Life newsletter edited and published by Robert Wainwright, March 1971
  • The first known puffers that travelled at c/2 orthogonally, found in 1971

1980s

1990s

  • The first non-monotonic spaceship, the 13-engine Cordership, in 1991
  • The first c/5 orthogonal spaceship to be discovered was the snail, 1996
  • The first true period 24 and 48 guns in June 1997.

2000s

  • First oscillators of period 37, 51 found in 2009
  • LifeWiki goes live — January 2009
  • LifeWiki's 600 patterns milestone — June 2009

2010s

  • The first elementary oblique spaceship, Sir robin is discovered in late 2018.