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Command & Conquer Recreation via HTML5 and JS
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Sergeant gordon-creAtive Offline
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Command & Conquer Recreation via HTML5 and JS
Found this on the internetz, thought it might be of interest for you:
C&C1 in your browser
Details on the work

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(This post was last modified: 27.01.2012 13:59:48 by gordon-creAtive.)
24.01.2012 11:05:43
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Ares Tester Graion Dilach Offline
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RE: Command & Conquer Recreation via HTML5 and JS
Wow. That guy surely knows something.
24.01.2012 16:00:26
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Commander-in-Chief DCoder Offline
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RE: Command & Conquer Recreation via HTML5 and JS
Yep, seen it yesterday Smile

24.01.2012 19:26:10
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