The smallest website in the world....

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    Mr. Anderson

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    OMG that is so crazy!

    Just goes to show you what you can do with limitations, sort of like the 'tar contest.
     
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    Even at that size, the games are really addictive... :p
    Great site btw..!
     
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    ok that is damned cool!!! :D

    has anyone finished the maze yet??
     
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    Excellent. A cool site that gets high marks for creativity and simplicity.
     
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    that is pretty insane, I hav been away for a bit (just too busy :)) but I am back now, expect a volly of new posts, well maybe in a few days :)

    Ensign
     
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    Yup, i just did :p You're walking upwards when you find it, and it plays a little tune.

    That's got to be one of the coolest sites i've ever seen! I love the paddles game.... :D
     
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    Heh... it's even smaller when you set your res to 1856x1392! :D
     
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    very cool

    nice site though i'm doomed as a lab rat-couldn't make it thru the maze...and now i'm seeing white dots everywhere. geeeez.
     
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    now that is damned cool!!! :D

    I had a few sites like that saved in my favs a while back & now I cannot find any of them....similar to that one...but with sounds that went according to the different movements...
     
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    edesignuk

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    That is awsome! How the hell did they do the flash thing at the top :confused: I wish I could do that :p
     
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    Mr. Anderson

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    It requires a bit of coding, using the flash script/language. Not really played with it myself, but its a great example on the potential of Flash. I've seen others like that, I'll have to try and dig them up.
     
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    Actionscript....... one of the guys I occasionally work with is like the most astounding actionscripter, he codes everything, and the file sizes he achieves is amazing.... plus because it's code, it runs so much faster than animation based....... I can do similar things with lingo in director (my actionscripting isn't anyway near as good as my lingo)....

    With the use of clever coding, you can achieve the unbelieveable interms of D/L speed and operation........ the difference between and SWF that has been well coded and the majority of the bloated Flash and shockwaves sites we're used to is enormous........

    I just love this site though....... it really is incredibly innovative........ :D
     
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    britboy

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    Hey, that's way cool! If you click on 'SodaRace', and check out who it's a joint venture between, my university in london is named!!! Ha ha, who would have thought that they actually do cool stuff there at QM? ;) :p
     
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    Mr. Anderson

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    Very cool, I'll be going back to see how SodaRace works, looks intreresting.

    I did play walk the polyhedron, weird, but entertaining for about 10 secs...
     

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