Monday, February 26th, 2007

Vox Imperium: Civilization via Ajax

Category: Games

Bill Renner has created Vox Imperium, a Civilization clone ported in Ajax.

Have fun doing a view-source on the main game page.

Posted by Dion Almaer at 8:59 am

3.8 rating from 29 votes


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Whoa, tag soup, anyone?

Comment by Robin — February 26, 2007

now ppl are really bored

Comment by Simon — February 26, 2007

man, that would have taken ages to make. guess the dude who makes this must have a day job that really sucks. either that or he programmed this while pretending to do work at his day job ;]

Comment by Steve Boyd — February 26, 2007

Robin, and DreamWeaver-generated javascripts make kind of a bitter soup..

its good to know my IIgs and 486 can finally be replaced with some AJAX app. i bet its almost as fast, too..

Comment by carmen — February 26, 2007

Um… Wow!

Technically, it’s an impressive thing to do, but it’s slightly overkill! I’ve seen small-scale Castle Wolfenstein’s and basic games, but Civ is a HUGE game to clone.

A++ for effort
D for usability (despite the wealth of info available, the speed of it all drags the game down).

Comment by Dan Atkinson — February 26, 2007

I think the game is excellent. A bit buggy and sometimes slow. The server has just gone down. But for all that, online multiplayer strategy gaming for free through a browser. cool!

Comment by Richard Kimber — March 2, 2007

I wonder how much resources that would take up. I know if i even ATTEMPTED to put an Ajax game on my site, my hosting company would shut me down in a second.

Comment by Adam Reimer — March 24, 2007

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