- Drag’n drops
- CSS manipulations, Ajax & more.
For any developer looking for advanced JS techniques, games are a real treasure.
You can easily see examples of animations, interactivity, smart solutions for browser related math functions & so.. And they are definitely a source of inspiration as you sometimes face with a feature that you never thought could be existed.
Also, this is the last month of a busy year & every web designer/developer deserves some fun : ).
A classic hunting game with an easy to play interface.
A character game (like Sims) where you’re a villager.
It is a multiplayer game & totally Ajaxed. You can move your character, communicate with other user & more.
All the images are rendered with Canvas in real-time.
Invaders From Mars
A classic game & pretty amazing implementation.
A set of solitaire-like card games like freecell, yukon & more.
This was “once” my favorite game : ).
It is possible to play the game against another player here.
Just the same classic Minesweeper.
An Ajaxed multiplayer strategy game based on conquest, diplomacy & territorial control.
Real World Racer
Car racing on Google Maps at any destination you want.
This is probably one of the most famous games ever.
It is just similar to the original one.
Beautiful implementation of this classic game.
Ship are placed with drag’n drops, there is an Ajax activity at the background & it can be played multiplayer too.
Ajax Chinese Chess
The game works very smooth with the animations & sounds.
Original arkanoid almost totally ported to JS.
You’ll be surprised when you see the effects of the bar, bonuses & more.
As the game is totally related to Maths, there are serious equatitons at the background.
You can insert the numbers by clicking to the empty fields & activating the input.
A real video poker game with all the possibilities. Simply amazing.
Objects can be dragged/dropped & has nice animations.
This is again a classic shooter game that uses XHTML & JS.
An experimental Mario Kart-like game that uses the Canvas element.
It enables you to define the quality, render mode to test the performance.
A multiplayer, Ajaxed poker game where you can play or watch a table.