Previously only available for iOS devices, Microsoft Brings iOS Game Contre Jour to Web

Microsoft announced today that they have partnered with the developers with it has teamed up with the developers of Contre Jour in order to bring the popular physics-based puzzle game to the Web using the latest HTML5 technology. The new HTML5 version of Contre Jour is available at Contrejour.ie and the free version includes the first three chapters of the popular online puzzle game. The new HTML5 version duplicates perfectly, the same look and feel of the original app. And performance is spot-on as you burn your brain through the first free  10 levels with exclusive support for modern browsers that support multi-touch technology such as Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 10. Read the full story here.



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