Category: HTML5 Games
Thanks to various advancements in web standards and web browsers, developers are able to execute ideas that were never meant to be viewed as simple internet pages.
As you might know, from time to time we talk about the amazing sites that bring some of the best web browser capabilities.
Well, today it’s one of those days as Bing.com now has a spectacular (and animated) wallpaper.
Just head over to the following site and see what we are talking about. In case you missed it (they change wallpapers every 24 hours), here is a video:
Whether you are a professional web developer looking for inspiration or just a curious individual, here is something for your weekend:
A collection of some of the best WebGL experiments out there, ranging from cool particle tricks to water physics simulation.
So, grab your popcorn and enjoy the show.
If you’ve ever thought that Maxthon is just a peace of UI on top of a rendering engine, then you were wrong.
When most of the popular sites are down due to SOPA boycott, here is another HTML5 game for you to try.
SKiD Racer, a WebGL based 3D racing game, not only provides entertainment value but also demonstrates what’s possible with the web browsers technology, that require no additional plug-ins nor any configuration. How good is it? See the video above.
So, in case you are up for a challenge, head over to the Google Chrome Store and check it out.
[Thanks, Shane Bundy]
In an effort to “boost” employees productivity around the globe, a group of programmers have decided to port a popular Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator (MAME) into Google Chrome and thanks to that, you can now play pretty much all the classics directly from your web browser.
Back in 2011, Google has launched a HTML5 based Angry Birds game, which could be played for free with a WebGL compatible web browser.
Now, Microsoft has decided to follow Google’s lead and promote Internet Explorer in a similar fashion. As a result, “Cut the Rope”, a highly popular game on various mobile devices has been ported to HTML5.
Now here is something to help you pass the time. Emberwind, the arcade title made by Indie developers, has been ported to HTML5 by Opera Software for your (and their own) enjoyment.
Don’t worry, it’s not as boring as some “playable” tech demos, check it out.