Annual JavaScript Golfing Competition

CLOSED. Starts on 1 July

Wheel of Fortune
by Muhammad Rifqi Priyo Susanto
1003/1024 bytes - canvas2d project

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Anonymous participant 60/100: Works well. Would have liked to have seen some fancier or more vibrant and/or dynamically generated colours instead of the same few repeating.
Anonymous participant 84/100: Loved: spinning animation, and nice touch making it editable, had fun putting in silly things. Wanted: just a little more, maybe color, not sure. I ranked you at the "Good" level in Games/Toys. I awarded points to each demo based on several criteria. I scaled the scores for all demos that I ranked, the best becoming 100, so your final score differs from the intital score I gave you.
Anonymous participant 50/100: Cool idea - fun to play with
Anonymous participant 55/100: no comment
Anonymous participant 60/100: Too barebones. I think it's possible to squeese in some quasi-3d via css or svg
Anonymous participant 30/100: cool that it is customizable
Anonymous participant 42/100: A bit simple. I understand that keeping the text horizontal makes it more readable, yet I would rather have it follow the angle of the sector it is printed on. Suggestion, use a packer instead of assigning all values to one-char variables by hand. You could easily get 300 extra bytes to spend on fancy stuff such as 3D or color effects.

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