Microsoft's Internet Explorer development team continues to create some interesting HTML5-based experiences with the help of some talented collaborators. Today, the IE team has launched a new website called The Random Adventures of Brandon Generator, which is a kind of "Choose Your Own Adventure" experience powered by HTML5 programming instead of plug-ins like Adobe's Flash.
Basically the site is an interactive comic book, with sounds and limited animation, that tells the story of (who else?) a frustrated comic book artist. The reader can influence the story based on the choices he or she makes. The site was written by Edgar Wright, the writer-director behind three of the funniest movies of the past decade: Shawn of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and Scott Pilgrim vs The World. The art is provided by Tommy Lee Edwards, who has drawn a number of comics such as Marvel 1985 and most recently Turf.
While Brandon Generator will run on any HTML5-based web browser, you are supposed to get exclusive content if you use IE 9 to view the site. The trailer and first episode are now available. The second and third episode will go live in May and the final episode will launch in June.
Microsoft's IE team creates the Brandon Generator
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