Posts Tagged ‘Mozilla’

Epic Citadel: Get In My Browserface

By Craig Pearson on May 3rd, 2013.


Epic MegaGames has just released the Epic Citadel Unreal 3 tech demo for web browsers, and it only works with Firefox. I only keep Firefox on my PC for the RPS CMS. Trying to write this site in Chrome doesn’t work for me, with all the links being stripped out in every post. So Firefox survives, which means I can walk around the castley polygons of Epic’s oldish tech demo in my browser! Does that mean WordPress is really an installation of the Unreal Engine? I’m going to unscientifically say ‘yes’. Let’s test it out with the Translo-

-cate Mutator. Cool! Hmm. That would explain John! He has the BigHead Mutator switched on.
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Become An Internet Explorer in Mozilla’s BrowserQuest

By Craig Pearson on March 27th, 2012.

Find me the oracle known as Google
I remember back in the 1.0 days of internet browsers. When I needed it to do anything, I’d have to install toolbars, plug-ins, all kinds of additions that had nothing to do with slowly downloading images of Agent Scully or e-mailing people I didn’t know about my feelings. Nowadays, I can see Scully in the blink of an eye, I have no emotions, and browsers can play games with barely a hitch. To prove just how far they’ve come, Mozilla has just released BrowserQuest: a cute HTML 5 powered MMORPG.
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