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its obviously some sort of animated gif technology.
thanks you just added more nonsense to my procrastination time
Judging on the 'manifest' attribute alone, I'd say that's HTML5.
the intro is super slow on chrome/ mac
and no skip intro button
If you use the Web Inspector thing, you can see its Canvas
this is pretty awesome i have to say
Ironically the thing performs like complete shit on Chrome 11.0.696.65 in my Mac, but Firefox 4 is smoking fast with the game.
I can't even play it decently in the low res version on Chrome, with FF4 all the way up and super smooth.
wish i could zoom out on it though
HTML5 = 1
Flash = 0
HTML5 wins this round.
scroll wheel zooms in and out
this game is ridiculously fun
The slightly delayed "yay" when you win a level never ceases to amuse me
Smoother on FF4 on my Mac, also processor usage is lower.
Tried to go to it on an iPad and it said Flash Player is required.
Looks like HTML 5 and Flash play well together though.
load is slow, but works very well on Safari, right up to winning level 20 where you briefly see a chrome logo and it locks up...
yes.. Chrome store is about offering the best apps.. not some ridiculous self-interested fueled policies sold as bullshit.
I loved the HTML5 Google I/O discussions it's going to be fun making apps with HTML5 as well.
... and there's the obligatory and thinly veiled attack on Apple that we were waiting for with baited breath