Yeah the title didn't fit so it might be a little hazy just by that one...
Now...For my informatics class we decided to make a simple game where you find countries on a map by clicking them when asked for...
Sort of like this one here: http://www.spele.nl/game/topografie/landen_van_europa.html (which is in Dutch and in Flash but just so you get the picture)
We've used an online image map editor to generate coordinates for the countries we'd like to be asking to be clicked on (http://www.maschek.hu/imagemap/imgmap)
and now we're stuck on how to actually make that happen (yeah, kind of stupid to begin with ), so my question would be, how would I make it that a certain area marked by the coordinates extracted from this certain source (which just marks certain areas on an image by code) to be useable in a game as clickables?
Oh and here's an example code which I used with the image below as background;
<map id="imgmap2010210112555" name="imgmap2010210112555"><area shape="poly" alt="United States" title="" coords="193,144,166,174,180,215,251,245,329,236,396,166,388,149,337,173,297,139" href="United States" target="" /><!-- Created by Online Image Map Editor (http://www.maschek.hu/imagemap/index) --></map>
Hope you guys can help out