Noble Ape Simulation
Noble Ape Simulation
0.698

3.3

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Noble Ape Simulation for Mac

13 October 2014

Biological simulation.

What is Noble Ape Simulation for Mac

Noble Ape Simulation creates a random island environment and simulates the ape inhabitants of the island's cognitive processes. The Simulation is open source and features the Ocelot landscape rendering engine and the scripting language, ApeScript.

What's new in Noble Ape Simulation

Version 0.698:
  • Threading updates
  • Moving Noble Ape towards distributed simulations
Noble Ape Simulation for Mac Old Versions

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Jazzyguy
Jazzyguy
Feb 25 2014
0.697
5.0
Feb 25 2014
5.0
Version: 0.697
This is a FUN thing!
Meiner2er
Meiner2er
Oct 25 2011
0.693
3.0
Oct 25 2011
3.0
Version: 0.693
Of course it’s a game. The programmer plays with the users. ;-)
New-User
New-User
May 21 2006
0.680
0.0
May 21 2006
0.0
Version: 0.680
I find it inspiring that a complex simulation such as this is only 64k. It could easily have ended up being some slow 5MB java joke. But instead the developer went with efficient design. Kudos sir. Perhaps MacUpdate can see fit to place this program in a more appropriate category than "Games" It gives hope that there are still programmers who can write compact efficient code. Especially on MacOS X.
Guest
Guest
Sep 30 2005
0.671
0.0
Sep 30 2005
0.0
Version: 0.671
Quite a wild simulation, the brain view is captivating.
Guest
Guest
Jul 10 2005
0.669
4.5
Jul 10 2005
4.5
Version: 0.669
a file doesnt have to be huge to be complex. if you admit you know nothing about the program, why rate it?! i want to thank the developer for making this.
Guest
Guest
Jul 2 2005
0.668
4.5
Jul 2 2005
4.5
Version: 0.668
The interface is certainly attractive, but I really need details on what/how these ape cognitive processes are being simulated before I will be impressed. Hard to believe such a small program is actually doing anything sophisticated. Perhaps you could some references to journal articles describing the models on which this simulator is constructed, please? Or is it top-secret?
Guest
Guest
Jul 2 2005
0.668
4.5
Jul 2 2005
4.5
Version: 0.668
I'm writing this review primarily to help restore the rating given to this application to a halfway decent one. I'd hoped that some people who post reviews on this site realized what kind of application they were rating, but apparently I was wrong. This isn't meant to be a terribly entertaining program, and I admit that I couldn't hold my attention for very long, but this at least needs to be appreciated for the amount of effort it must have taken to make this. This program is an impressive simulation mechanism, and it should not be reviewed by peolpe who clearly don't know what they are looking at.
Guest
Guest
Jul 1 2005
0.668
4.5
Jul 1 2005
4.5
Version: 0.668
One might easily fail to appreciate NA. At the very least, though, I would expect one simply ito gnore it, rather than heap abuse on it. A simulation might seem boring to someone whose highest aspiration each morning might be to reach the next level of his favorite first-person shooter game. Sorry, just pouring my ration of gasoline on a fire that is struggling to shed light on anything whatsoever.
Guest
Guest
Jun 30 2005
0.667b0
4.5
Jun 30 2005
4.5
Version: 0.667b0
This is about the oddest application I've ever seen. It reminds me of the 6800 days, when applications had long names and you still didn't know what they did... Held my attention for about 15 seconds, before I became bewildered and trashed it. Definitely a scientific app - not for laymen.
Guest
Guest
Apr 15 2004
0.666
4.5
Apr 15 2004
4.5
Version: 0.666
Being that this is freeware, I have to say thanks for putting the time into it. I agree that it would not be the sort of thing that I would pay for but then again, it's free. Keep up the good work.