Script & Style Show: Episode 26: Web Games with ExcaliburJS with Erik Onarheim and Kamran Ayub

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In this episode:  Todd returns from a vacation to Disney and gives David some tips about surviving a family visit to Orlando's most famous theme parks.  Erik Onarheim and Kamran Ayub join the guys to discuss HTML5 games, the Excalibur JavaScript HTML5 game library, the amazing games made with Excalibur, and more JavaScript sorcery.  Enjoy!

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