Most of the following runs best in Chrome or Safari.
TWITCH is a series of minimal games within small Chrome windows. How fast can you solve them all? Each game only responds to clicking; mouse position and keyboard are ignored.
Can you stay on the perilous belt? Can you accurately aim the booming cannon? Can you navigate through the electric pyramids? Can you solve the eerie labyrinth?
Browser Ball attempts, with only moderate success, to allow the configuration of a seemingly endless array of continuous spaces using multiple overlapping browser windows. Within this multivariate space, users are invited to toss a beach ball both hither and yon.
Start by shaking the browser, then create new balls (click on empty space), move some others (drag) and reset the screen (double click).
“Everything that goes up must come down. But there comes a time when not everything that’s down can come up.”
This applies in the Google main page. Play with the elements and try to search on anything. It’s fun.
300 balls form a plane, a cube, a little universe, a sphere and then disappear. Amazing!
Touch scrollbar thumb to make waves. Based on verletphysics library by toxi.
JS WARS is a classic shoot em up written to demonstrate the power of modern web browsers.
Vectomatic is a vector graphics editor: you create drawings by freely combining shapes, curves and segments and modifying their geometric and visual properties. At this stage the project is just a demo to explore the feasibility of a full-featured online graphics editor a la Google Docs.
Write a message, then launch fireworks over London to show your message in the sky. A shortened link to your fireworks message is provided, to post to Twitter, Facebook or other.