Spelunky: Play it in your web browser now, get no work done

By Dave Cook, Tuesday, 31 July 2012 17:31 GMT

Spelunky, the cave exploring platformer is now available to play on your browser. An expanded and enhanced version of the game was recently launched on Xbox Live Arcade. But which tastes better – Free or not free?

Coded in HTML 5 by Darius Kazemi of Tiny Subversions, you can play Spelunky right here, right now, by clicking this link.

Don’t blame us if you get nothing else done today.

Kazemi is quick to point out on his blog that the Spelunky port isn’t currently complete and is missing sound, but he’s currently working on it.

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