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Alright, It''s not java but there is no java-script forum. I''m making a cute little game for a web site that needs to run on the client side and the platform does not have a JVM. So Java''s out(unlees someone''s got an idea). So I''m thinking java-script is the way to go. What do you think? Here is the lowdown on the game: It''s a maze game. You see a first person view(a .gif) and this view is updated everytime you move either forward, backward, left or right. A 2-D top view map is also updated with a little icon at your position. cool, any ideas, let me know. -Brian

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java-script should be able to handle that, but it''d run slow.

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Sounds possible. Just make sure to precache the pictures and split the view into three pieces horizontally [as a table.] That way there's a way to turn left and right and to move foward. Plus, it could cut down on the number of graphics to create. As fow the top down view, the only way I can think of doing it is using preformatted text [the < PRE > tag.] This makes the text monospaced.

Edited by - SonicSilcion on 3/24/00 9:05:52 PM

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