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Mozilla launches BrowserQuest

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Games on the web equals Flash, or at least it used to, before the advent of HTML5. Eager to showcase this, and a lot of other cross-platform web tech, Mozilla has launched BrowserQuest.

The game is described as "a tribute to classic video-games with a multiplayer twist" and "a demo of how this technology can be used today to create a real-time multiplayer game in a single webpage".

Source code for both server and client is available from GitHub.

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Alex V.Sharp Mar 30, 2012
The only thing I'm missing about this new tech so far is that there's no right-click function. Flash had this same problem.
Also what puzzles me mostly is the fact that it runs faster on Chrome than on Firefox. Strange... :confused:
dimko Mar 30, 2012
80 seconds of game i wish i didn't spend on it.
Liam Dawe Mar 30, 2012
If they keep developing it - then it could be quite cool after a while.
KIAaze Mar 31, 2012
Played a while. I like all the little references to games and movies.
But I don't have any sound, despite having sound in HTML5 videos.
Tried with Firefox and Chromium.
Liam Dawe Mar 31, 2012
Looking through the github they plan to add keyboard movement as well which is nice.
Hamish Mar 31, 2012
Quoting: "KIAaze, post: 3865, member: 16"But I don't have any sound, despite having sound in HTML5 videos.
Tried with Firefox and Chromium.


I thought Chromium could not do HTML5 videos, but it can run this?
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