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If Victor Frankenstein were a modern scientist, he'd get rid of those smelly chemicals, rotting body parts and dangerous electrodes. He'd create life on his computer workstation, and, if he were smart, he wouldn't unleash his creation on unsuspecting villagers. No, he'd sell it as a computer game. But he'd have to wait in line. Programmers have already incorporated artificial life (A-life) into several computer entertainment programs. We look at three that have recently been introduced in the USA: “Creatures”, “Aquazone” and “Fin Fin on the Magic Planet Teo”

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IEEE Expert  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 4 )