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Nice one, it's pleasing to see the cell colors
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Here's a link to what I originally did, very similar to this and it's what inspired the title.wapcaplet wrote: ↑Sat Jan 05, 2019 1:10 amI tried a simple phagocyte/devorocyte cycle that couldn't make it, but with two phagocyte cycles and one devorocyte, plus some split pattern optimization, it works quite nicely:
M1 phagocyte to M2 + M2
M2 phagocyte to M3 + M3
M3 devorocyte to M1 + M1
Substrate starting with 1 cell: https://www.dropbox.com/s/kg3lcdjuvugfd ... trate?dl=0
Fun challenge! This was the quick and easy solution, so I'll have to try some non-obvious ones.
https://mega.nz/#!E8RUmSSA!7fP6xnmPcJlW ... RMZW9PLcFw
Nice, a swimmer was going to be my next try.
Instead I wanted to try adding some light, as well as gravity--two things I wish the default substrate had. That will open up some possibilities, as a spin-off of your challenge
With this new substrate, I changed my rainbow phages to include photocytes and devorocytes:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/we13zcgorp2cl ... trate?dl=0
And the same, only the last mode is a cyanide secrocyte instead of a devorocyte. It looks pretty cool in action:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/pfono44acd65l ... trate?dl=0