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Check out Google's home page...
« on: 11:56, 23 November 11 »
Check this out...
 
Goto www.google.com and play the game, quite fun.
 
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Re: Check out Google's home page...
« Reply #1 on: 17:05, 23 November 11 »
Yes, I have seen this morning (and played too)... It's incredible.
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Re: Check out Google's home page...
« Reply #2 on: 17:36, 23 November 11 »
Was bored, so here's a list of generic replies from some well-known CPCWiki Members.... :)

1 - It's an obvious Speccy port!
2 - They should have used the Plus colours, features, hardware sprites, etc
3 - It would have been better in mode X.
4 - You could do that with an Arduino!
5 - Moved to Off topic!
6 - The same can be done in FOS with 4MB of RAM.
7 - The C64 version has better music, but it's brown on grey.
8 - Let's do a CPC version.
9 - Here it is running in Javascript within Java inside a virtual OS, that's running in Java.....
10 - It's software, so I don't have an opinion. I only do Hardware :)

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Btw: I thought it was quite impressive too.
« Last Edit: 10:24, 24 November 11 by Bryce »

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Re: Check out Google's home page...
« Reply #3 on: 18:09, 23 November 11 »
10 - I'm bored or lazy to...

 ;D

EDIT:
May be "11", because you're using two times "9"...
« Last Edit: 18:11, 23 November 11 by TotO »
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Re: Check out Google's home page...
« Reply #4 on: 18:16, 23 November 11 »
Amazing ! remembered me Samorost and Machinarium in more simplist way.
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Re: Check out Google's home page...
« Reply #5 on: 18:18, 23 November 11 »
 ??? I get the normal google page! :(

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Re: Check out Google's home page...
« Reply #6 on: 18:55, 23 November 11 »
Are you guys talking about the Turkey doodle? That can be done with FutureOS and 4 MB RAM on CPC too, but I have to use the Plus features and an Ardurino coprocessor for this  :laugh:
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Re: Check out Google's home page...
« Reply #7 on: 20:35, 23 November 11 »
Amazing ! remembered me Samorost and Machinarium in more simplist way.

Same for me.

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Re: Check out Google's home page...
« Reply #8 on: 18:17, 25 November 11 »
Ooh, Samorost 1&2 are among my girl's favs. I pre-ordered Machinarium before it cam out, didn't regret it - now I'm waiting for their next release...