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[java] The coolest Java applet I have yet seen!

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I usually don''t post other peoples work, but this is special. Try out the game at www.runescape.com It is a massive multiuser on-line game written in 100% Java run in an applet. It is in 3D. I am not too impressed with its contents compared to other non-Java games, but it an impressive technical feat to achive what they have done in a 100% pure Java applet. Jacob Marner www.rolemaker.dk PS: check out the screen shots of my own game at my site. They are turning out pretty good I would say. (And that is not pure Java)
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You''re right this is a rather impressive technical feat! I don''t know, I liked Burning Metal 3D, but this was a cool game as well. Well folks, there you have it, proof that something cool in Java can be done

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I concur. That is pretty amazing. I also thought Burning Metal 3D was cool to. For further proof of what java can do, you all should check out sumea .

JP.

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Edited by - loserkid on February 3, 2001 3:35:58 PM
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Is this written in 1.1 or 1.2? I couldn''t find any information on the site.
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Since it runs in a browser without plugins it is Java 1.1

Java 1.2 and above is not supported by current browsers. Java 1.1 is supported by netscape 4.5 and above and Internet explorer 4.0 and above. So people, remember: Swing is not possible if you want people to use your applets without downloading a plug-in.

Jacob Marner
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I''m In Java Course And I Want To Make Any Small Game Someone can
tell me where i can find tutorials or something
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