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pmc
pmc
8 years ago

Classic ‘tro with a classic tune running lovely on canvas. Last time I did anything with canvas (few years back now…) it had an annoying flicker. Most likely my code was the cause though 😀 Maybe time to investigate it again. Loving this new direction – great stuff M9!

Bob
Bob
8 years ago

Hi M9,
Do you plan to release tutorials on converting miggy cracktros to HTML5? Very interested to learn how you have made these intros :). Like the stars you have converted from M68000 for example?

Sharpie
Sharpie
8 years ago

Excellent work on the conversion. As per everyone else, it runs really well.
Nice to be able to watch on my phone.

prime_evil
8 years ago

Like

aLpHa oNe
8 years ago

Is there any chance to get the music work on iOS devices?

aLpHa oNe
Reply to  musashi9
8 years ago

On iPad and iPhone no sound with firefox, chrome and safari. On my Macbook Air no sound with Safari… Music works with chrome here but the background is white. 🙂

Johnny Flash
Johnny Flash
8 years ago
aLpHa oNe
8 years ago

This canvas stuff is really smooth, hopefully you can get the rest of the flashtro content converted as well. :p

sim
sim
Reply to  aLpHa oNe
8 years ago

^^

proton
proton
8 years ago

Nice n smooth. But is the scroller realy thad fast on the original?

WayneK
8 years ago

Runs as smooth as a babies bottom here, also loads faster than the Flash version (as usual, seems all the html5 stuff does).

DeaTure
8 years ago

Runs really nice and smooth both on my work and home machine 🙂 My experience is that html5 runs better than flash the better your hardware is.

sim
sim
Reply to  DeaTure
8 years ago

The same impression/experience here. Flash became VERY consuming and kinda driver dependent. I hacked my drivers (Nvidia) due to lack of support for my card and new flash updates are just double/triple slow as they used to be.

Annatar
Annatar
Reply to  DeaTure
8 years ago

My hardware is an old intel Core2 Quad (from 2008), and HTML5 works smooth & fast on it.

sim
sim
Reply to  Annatar
8 years ago

Dewd, I am using a quite similar “old” machine withe the same Core2 QUad CPU. And the HTML5 stuff is in 98% smooth. At least a WAY slicker than the latests Flash technology.

aLpHa oNe
Reply to  sim
8 years ago

Dewds I own a 7 MHZ machine (1 core) at home and somehow this piece of code runs smoothly there since 1992. 😉

sim
sim
Reply to  aLpHa oNe
6 years ago

Lol, dewd! =)

sim
sim
8 years ago

Geez, how some blip-blops can bring the memories straight BACK to your mind!!
Concerning the intro – Does it mean M9, you gonna move on to HTML5/Canvas step by step? Is it the future of the site (why not…).
BTW – the tune does not loop.

sim
sim
Reply to  musashi9
8 years ago

That what I was deductking, saying the truth. Good luck Musashi and bring (us) some GREAT remakes \o/.

Annatar
Annatar
Reply to  musashi9
8 years ago

How are you replicating the algorithms from the original code???

Kang
Kang
Reply to  Annatar
6 years ago

Disassembly.

stu
stu
8 years ago

smooth, thanks for the source too 🙂

RNC
RNC
8 years ago

when dream come true. HTML5/JS is very impressive

SIRIaX
8 years ago

Though I must admit that I have never been a big fan of the canvas stuff in the past, this actually runs fantastic and looks great.

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Reply to  SIRIaX
8 years ago

The HTML5 “Canvas” technology is slowly maturing… it is not quite there yet, but it is getting there. Ironically, no Amiga web browser supports it at the moment.

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