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Hyperactive Soccer 2 A fast-paced single player five-a-side retro soccer game. Whats new: Updated graphics, music and refined gameplay: Dribbling, more "responsive" to passes. A number of game parameter changes (e.g. playfield size, goal size, ball interception). This is fast. To help adjust, you can select from different speeds. Note the teams (nations) have different strengths. So you can adjust difficulty level by who you pick. In "quick" game mode you select brain and speed levels directly which apply to both teams, meaning, they always have the same strength. Direct link: (for fullscreen press button under render area) https://www.beppigames.de/play/hyperactive-soccer-2/index.html Homepage: https://www.beppigames.de/hyperactivesoccer2/index.html Controls: Keyboard only. Menu navigation: Arrow keys Selection: Return Shoot: X Move: Arrow Keys Back to title page: B In "quick" you select brain and speed levels with left/right arrow keys. There are 8 moving directions. You move in the diagonals by pressing two keys: left/right and up/down. Made with the amazing emscripten.
Hyperactive Tennis You play tennis in single player mode for one set with tie break. There are three difficulty levels: ROOKIE for training, PRO and "NO. 1" for the real challenge. Game is keyboard only: Return: Menu select/Next screen Arrow keys: Menu navigation, running around B: Back to title screen "C": Hit ball X: Lob The levels ROOKIE, PRO and "NO. 1" are selected with left/right arrow keys. The key "C" hits the ball. The game automatically selects service, normal stroke, volley and smash. The key "X" plays a lob. Have fun. Requires some practice though. Made with emscripten. Direct link: https://www.beppigames.de/play/hyperactive-tennis/index.html Game homepage: https://www.beppigames.de/hyperactivetennis/index.html
A few weeks ago, the head of development of Bigpoint gave a presentation about porting large C/C++ code bases to the browsers. Although there is no live record - his slides are available and provide a good overview about the latest approaches Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/andreweissflog3/quovadis2013-cpp-ontheweb