Can any Chrome users test this link?

http://vpsland.superglobalmegacorp.com/janus3/#dungeon

You can now easily download the scriptable Amiga emulator, and even better inject your own ADF’s and whatnot. Naturally you’ll want the AROS ROM’s one & two. You can even download my ADF.

It may take a minute to boot, but you should get something like this:

Dungeon for Amiga
Dungeon for Amiga

This is a bootable diskette with the version of Dungeon I built using DICE.

Author: neozeed

I live in SE Asia, doing generic work, enjoying my life & family

16 thoughts on “Can any Chrome users test this link?”

  1. It works with Chrome on Android.. and also with the built-in Android browser. For both of them it takes a few minutes to start up (and both with a message about Webaudio not working), and then it looks good. But it’s slow.. you don’t want to scroll through the full help text, for example, it’s like when using a teletype (well, maybe it’s more realism as far as the original Dungeon is concerned.. 🙂 This is with an Asus Transformer Prime. My 64-bit Linux quadcore desktop is definitely faster than a quadcore Tegra, at least for this..
    I noticed that in Chrome (still on Android) the letters ‘z’ and ‘y’ were swapped.. so to enter ‘yes’ with the keyboard I had to enter ‘zes’ (and it displayed ‘yes’ and worked like ‘yes’). I didn’t actuall type ‘yes’ with the Android browser so I don’t know if the same problem is there. But I got the feeling that the Android browser worked slightly more smoothly, at least for startup. The Chrome browser is beta anyway.

    -Tor

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