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Topic # 59415 5-Apr-2010 17:58
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Hi all,
 
I've recently completed v3.0 of Tom's Halls:
 
http://booleanoperations.co.nz/tomshalls/
 
It's a Jet Set Willy-style platform game written with Javascript, DHTML and CSS. There's no use of HTML5 elements such as <canvas>. That can be my next project!
 
This version pretty much "completes" the game - literally, as there is now a game complete sequence :-D It has also been much overhauled and improved, with several dastardly new screens including my favourite, "Temple of DOM".

Best played in Firefox, Chrome, or Opera. Don't even try in IE8. IE8's DOM scripting is about as fast as Microsoft's uptake of W3C web standards. <ouch>

It's pretty hard but there is a cheat!
 
Tom

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  Reply # 315065 5-Apr-2010 19:14
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first screen ain't no central cavern. lost 6 lives on that first skull lol.
good effort dude - runs smooth as.

made it to the back yard and expected to see two little devils with pitch forks.




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  Reply # 378642 10-Sep-2010 18:32
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A handy screenshot map for anyone who got lost on their way home from Cafe Über:

http://www.booleanoperations.co.nz/tomshalls/toms-halls-map.jpg

Happy weekend!

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  Reply # 386673 1-Oct-2010 11:21
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Thanks Mauricio, I've submitted it. I hope they use the cheat or hack it with Firebug, otherwise they may not reach all the dastardly screens....

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