HTML5 + Quake II

HTML5 + Quake II

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In case you missed it on the Google Web Toolkit Blog, check out this HTML5 port of Quake II. (Yep, that is a browser pushing 30 frames per second)For more info, read the full post on the GWT Blog. By Stephanie Liu, Google Developer Team...
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Life & Code: Posted by Dustin in Code on April 7th, 2010. Nothing like Quake II in a browser to show what HTML5... http://lifeandcode.net/

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Google Ports Quake II to HTML5

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You’ve probably already heard about this, but in case you haven’t, I wanted to share this. Google’s engineers have done a quick port of a Java version of the classic Quake II video game so that it works strictly with HTML5 resources. No plugins are needed to play Quake II...
Google Ports Quake II to HTML5

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Google Ports Quake II to HTML5

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Google Shows How HTML5 Can Run Quake II In The Browser

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A lot of attention lately has been put on the video capabilities of HTML5 browsers, since the iPad doesn’t support Flash. It turns out not to really matter that much because most online video platforms are now drinking the HTML5 Kool-Aid. But what about other things that Flash does...
Google Shows How HTML5 Can Run Quake II In The Browser
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