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    Some html5 awesomeness

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    Some html5 awesomeness
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    HTML5: seriously, it's not just for video -- Engadget

    And after watching and playing the games in the links on that article I began to wonder what can flash to that html5 can't do better? Nothing

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    Google has demonstrated how Quake can run in a browser using HTML5: Google Shows How HTML5 Can Run Quake In The Browser.
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    thought this one was cool: Ball Pool

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    Quote Originally Posted by vansmith View Post
    Google has demonstrated how Quake can run in a browser using HTML5: Google Shows How HTML5 Can Run Quake In The Browser.
    Actually it's Quake 2 they ported to html5. Which I think is good as it's 100% better then Quake 1 in all ways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the8thark View Post
    Actually it's Quake 2 they ported to html5. Which I think is good as it's 100% better then Quake 1 in all ways.
    That just proves its awesomeness even more so.
    死神はリンゴしか食べない。

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    Quote Originally Posted by the8thark View Post
    Actually it's Quake 2 they ported to html5. Which I think is good as it's 100% better then Quake 1 in all ways.
    Indeed you're right.

    I tried it on my machine a while back. It was a little rough around the edges and was slow but it worked. Perhaps I'll give it another try sometime to see if it has progressed.
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