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Some minor changes.

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johnhattan

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If it seems like I'm spending a lot of time tuning a rather trivial game, it's because I am. I'm trying to get every feature that I want into Voracity so that when I make future daily puzzles the groundwork will already be done.

That being said, I have the playback stuff working now!

Unfortunately, playing back a solution requires me to actually RECORD a solution and store it in the database. And the Voracity applet didn't store recorded solutions until about an hour ago.

So, if you haven't played the game yet, point your browser over to http://www.thecodezone.com/games/voracity.php and play today's puzzle.

If you look down at the high-scores table, you'll see that it now has a little playback applet for the top score. As soon as top scores start appearing that have recorded solutions (in a couple of days at most), you'll be able to play back the top solution in the table.

This is pretty-much the last feature that I wanted to add. I'll work a similar player into ChessCards, and then I'll start on new puzzles. I have a couple in mind.
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I really enjoy Verocity. It's simple but quite enjoyable. I'm not very good at it, though (I'm "Joseph Cortes" on the high score).

I didn't really give ChessCards a try, mainly because I'm mostly not a fan of card type games.

Looking forward to any new puzzles you make.

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