Christoph’s example showcases a combination of concise code and CSS3 animations to make the game fun and challenging. It makes minimal use of MooTools-provided methods and is generally a good example for how to code similar tasks.
The second example is just hilarious! Give them a bash...
haliphax - http://jsfiddle.net/YYyRD/
Lionel Garcia - https://tinker.io/f5794
Lionel’s code is beautiful. It demonstrates a common way to package program code in a single object and provides a lot of interface elements over and above the brief or the competition. I had a lot of fun playing this one.
Kevin Western - https://gist.github.com/3229945
Pete - http://jsfiddle.net/tqvMc/
Pete’s example is the shortest, having hard coded the HTML elements and using a few minor MooTools convenience methods. Still a good job!
Cristian Carlesso - http://jsfiddle.net/kentaromiura/rUqJ7/21/
Inspired by Christoph’s example; Cristian adds variation by allowing target team selection and sound.
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