So, I must ask. Does anyone see this as a new gaming platform that could pave the way for browser gaming? The game seems to work pretty well in full 3D.
Could it compete with Flash? I honestly think so.
Being able to run fully functional games with real content without the need for any arbitrary plugins is quite a convenience.
Now, this isn't to say it'll replace Flash. I don't think Flash will die out any time soon. With its accessibility, I can easily say that it will be around for a while. Besides, who doesn't have Flash installed these days?
All I'm saying is that it could easily compete with Flash in the webgaming category. We've already seen the Unity engine and Java used for web development. Why can't we see something like this used for web development, as well?
This post has been edited by johnmatthais: 14 April 2010 - 01:17 PM