- Mike Ammerlaan is a young American of Arizona, who believes in Microsoft and its Dynamic Html. He thought that the best way to show it was to create games in this language. One is checkers, the others is Ataxx. Good idea !
- So you may play on line, on the Web, or off line, after you had put the files off the cache of Internet Explorer. The use of this program, at least version 4.0, is necessary. It is said in the page, and also that, because he don't use the sissy Java and Active X, we have to remember that :
There is no use no artificial ingredients. Yeehaa !
- 12x12 board. In the beginning positions démarrage the computer has only on piece, in the left-top corner, and the human one in the bottom-right corner. Befor, there is to choose between 5 blocks configurations (called levels...), with full of imagery meaning (as, under, "King of the Hill").
- The look is very care and well done. We are in the saloon of the Mike's Western Web games. Music and animation (of pieces). The exact game title is Ataxx on the Web.
- The level is very low, and the author agrees, because the opponents are called : Torgo, mediocre defensive computer, Mitchell, a dumb offensive computer, Gamera, a stupidly offensive computer.
- Remark : to launch a new game, you have to actualise the left part of the window.
- This Ataxx appeared when no Reversi-Othello in Dynamic Html still existed.
- If you have Internet Explorer, version 4.0 minimum, you may play now, by going to the author site.