Conway's Game of Life for the KIM-1

Another short but very fun program has been typed in to show the abilities of our beloved KIM-1: enter image description here Anybody should know this 'Game' and it's setup.

The Game of Life, also known simply as Life, is a cellular automaton devised by the British mathematician John Horton Conway in 1970.

I found the KIM-1 program in the November 1980 issue of Micro journal.
Find it here:

The program loads to adress $2000.

$2001 Chars per Line (std $20)  
$2005 Lines per screen (std $10) 
$2009 skip frames (std. $0) 

Enter your living cells at the start: 
ENTER V,H ?   
These coordinates are displacements 
from an origin at the center of the 
screen. A coordinate may be any 
decimal  digit less than 8 followed by a '-'
or a <space>. Positive directions are 
down and to the right.  After all is set, 
'/' starts the simulation.   

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You can try it out yourself, even if you do not own a KIM-1 or clone with Hans Otten's superb KIM-1 simulator.

Thanks to David H. for testing and bughunting.

Stay childish,
yours, webdoktor

UPDATE I inserted some Ansi magic to clear the screen and move the cursor home. Now it looks like an animation: enter image description here You can find all code on my GIT: