This is interesting to watch. It would also make a interesting screensaver…
If she gets stuck, use your mouse to drag her around!
Here is a little ‘test’ that is (supposedly) part of a second grade Computer class in China. The object is to have the red and green frogs switch places. I managed to figure it out pretty quickly. Give it a go and see if you can do it. Others report having to work on it for a week (or more) to solve it.
Even if its only so you can watch them do this…
PlanetInAction.com has released the first version of a fantastic free simulation game which leverages the browser-based Google Earth plugin as the primary graphics engine. The game is called “Ships” and lets you take the helm on ships – barges, cargo ships, container ships, and even a cruise ship (the QM 2). Everything is in 3D, you can drive the ships anywhere in the world, there are sound effects, physical modeling, and realistic visual effects that makes this a wonder to behold. Not only that, but the author – Paul van Dinther – has created some great camera tools to make it easier for people to follow the action and see the sights.
A 2k Australia Game developer decided to move on with his life. But before doing so, he made the above game to let people know… “I QUIT!” To play, use the arrow keys to move around and the spacebar to jump. Please note that if you are prone to epilipsy, you might not want to play this game.