Floys belong to the flocking Alife creatures variety, sharing with them the social tendency to stick together, and the lifelike emergent behavior which is based on a few simple, local rules. They differ from most other Alife flocking (Boids-type) implementations by being territorial animals that defend their territory against intruders. They are implemented as Java applets.
iFloys (Individualistic Floys) look like ordinary Floys, but they are basically different: While ordinary Floys are all of the same kind, sharing the same properties, iFloys can have an individual character. Each iFloy possesses its own traits, defined by a single chromosome. In this applet you can assign different traits to different iFloys, and watch the effect on the emergent behavior.
eFloys (evolving Floys), are social, territorial, evolving artificial life creatures.
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