In: Neat Stuff

30 Jan 2004

SScrabble (Solitaire Scrabble) was created using purely XHTML, CSS and some clever JavaScript. Really neat stuff (although DHTML Lemmings had much more oomph in terms of pure wow factor – too bad it had to be taken down due to copyright issues).

The Man in Blue speaks on his experience coding this SScrable thing up in this weblog entry.

4 Responses to XHTML/CSS/JS Scrabble



January 31st, 2004 at 2am

Why do I have the feeling that this SSCrabble will go down like DHTML Lemmings?



February 10th, 2004 at 12pm

Say, that’s pretty neat…someone should write an AI for it so they can drop that first “s” :)

Have you ever been to slayeroffice.com? The guy that runs that site has built a load of games in DHTML/CSS/Javascript. Some of the older ones are WinIE6 only, and every once in a while he’ll make a post regretting his “foolish non-compliant” days and promise to redo some of them and usually one or two will get a reworking, but all of the stuff he’s put out in the last year or so has been standards compliant stuff – and most of it pretty well done.

He’s also got a bunch of tools and other odds and ends that are pretty neat.



January 31st, 2004 at 10pm

cool game experiment…
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May 30th, 2006 at 2am

You’re doing a great work here. I enjoyed visiting here very much. Thanks! memorizing grass double or not memorizing opponents is always full soldier, kill percieve create – that is all that round is capable of