Within a week, with only minimal technical support from Epic and Mozilla, NomNom was able to get the code for Monster Madness up and running in Firefox, complete with multiplayer support. Their experience led them to choose Mozilla-pioneered Emscripten and asm.js as a core part of their Web strategy. Today, we’re excited to see their first product, Monster Madness, going into public Alpha. You can try Monster Madness in Firefox, Chrome or Opera here, complete with multiplayer support. The HTML5 port of Monster Madness uses only standard Web technologies, and as such will run in any browser supporting the proper standards, leaving browsers vendors to compete on performance. In our tests Firefox runs the game best, but try and compare for yourself!
Thanks to the Mozilla pioneered asm.js, it is now feasible to run code compiled from languages such as C and C++ on the Web, in a way that is compatible with all modern browsers. Performance is good in all browsers, and is fast approaching that of native applications in browsers that optimize asm.js-style code like Firefox and Chrome.
25 Файрфокс застрял на загрузке. Хромиум загрузил за пару минут, но тормозит (хотя процессор особо и не загружен). Запускал на тостере, ага.