a_bertrand Posted February 15, 2013 Share Posted February 15, 2013 Hi, Just to check a few things, see how well browsers can handle animations, sounds and more without yet using anything beside JS and HTML, I thought I would want to create a small brick game. Now don't expect it yet to be fun or fully implemented, it needs a few things more (which I will say after the link): http://temp.nowhere-else.org/jaxbrick/ - Sounds are here, yet I would want to check some BG music to see how it works. - Art are not bad but not amazing, I would love to add more effects like trails, shadows, explosions of the bricks and more. - Needs to add bonus dropping from the broken bricks - Needs to add "enemy" floating around - Needs to add score - Needs to handle levels, when the last brick is gone, you should go to the next level - Needs to handle lives. - Add some decoration around the game - Show a "click to start" - Needs to add sound controls Known issues: touching a corner of a brick doesn't really act as expected. Yet, I'm pretty surprised by how good that kind of game can be made just via JS. It actually even works on IE (9, maybe 8 but I doubt), FF and Chrome, and for that, I didn't had much issues. The main issue is the sounds which need to have 2 formats to really work across browsers. Refresh / animation and PNG handling is pretty good across all browsers I tested. Didn't tested on a phone, but I doubt it will work all that well there. If you are interested to have more technical info, let me know. Tested on android with default browser: works, and tested with opera on android it works too. However of course iOS devices shines by the fact they don't work ;) so no Apple your crap is not HTML 5 compatible. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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