Here's something you can check out if you want to:
crosses/ticTacToe game, and it also tries to render simple sound effects on
each move, but they do currently have to be reloaded each time - looking into a
couple of possible workarounds, and hopefully the current encodings thereof
will work on most operating systems.
which gives me decent/real access to/control over dynamic HTML, so while the
sound effects, and restarting the game are done by loading webpages, the actual
activity is all client side, and this also means that if this all works out, I
could easily enough add interactivity to webpages for VI guys, at
That would then make it relatively easy to render real interactive fiction
webpages that didn't require server scripting/coding as such, and which should
then work on most operating systems as long as their browsers supported the
'...fate had broken his body, but not his spirit...'
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