New HTML5 demo / performance test

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  • i'm wondering about performance of more complicated games in HTML5. Not only more objects, but more effects, physics, particles and things like that.

    I would love to convert my game to HTML5 to see how it can handle all of that effects and particles... but need few more C2 updates <img src="smileys/smiley24.gif" border="0" align="middle" />

  • Firefox 5 at 8 FPS

    Fullscreen drops to 5 FPS

    GeForce 8400GS 512MB RAM

    XP

    2GB RAM

  • Firefox 5 - 63fps Fullscreen

    I don't have IE9 installed

    Safari fails and just freezes

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    Intel Q9300

    4Gb OCZ DDR2 1066

    2 x 1024Mb GeForce GTX280 (SLI)

    ~Sol

  • 18 fps

    safari 5.05 latest i think.

    mac osx 10.6.8,

    duel 3.2 processor, 4 gigs ram, ATI Radeon HD 5670 512mb

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  • Ethan, Safari for me also seems really slow (on PC), isn't there a version of IE for Macs? Don't have to do this, but would be interesting to see how that would run it.

  • It's not available for osx. I've looked on the Microsoft site and it's vista and 7 only.

  • IE9 is a potential client for HTML5 Games, but what will happen about WebGL? Microsoft considered this is a harmful aganist security

  • 14fps on IE9

    Core2-Quad, Windows7, 4GB and INTEL onboard graphic card

  • Intel graphics chips have always been crap in my experience. Maybe they're so slow the Classic runtime couldn't go any faster at the same fullscreen resolution (it's a lot of pixel pushing after all). Or maybe the drivers are so poor browser makers have blacklisted them to prevent crashes (I wouldn't be surprised).

    I advise anyone looking to buy a new laptop/computer to make an effort not to buy anything with an Intel graphics card! There's usually a nVidia or AMD card option and they're miles better.

  • Yea probably the low fps I'm getting is because of the graphic card..

  • Intel graphics chips have always been crap in my experience. Maybe they're so slow the Classic runtime couldn't go any faster at the same fullscreen resolution (it's a lot of pixel pushing after all). Or maybe the drivers are so poor browser makers have blacklisted them to prevent crashes (I wouldn't be surprised).

    I advise anyone looking to buy a new laptop/computer to make an effort not to buy anything with an Intel graphics card! There's usually a nVidia or AMD card option and they're miles better.

    Obviously, there a lot of new laptops with Intel Graphics ¬¬

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