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HTMLE Helps To Make Life Easier by Gritfish
"HTML goes in, games come out. HTMLE is a project template and a set of scripts that take care of a lot of the work involved in setting up these tools and simplifying everything." Might well be useful for things that aren't games, too...
html5  games  development  javascript 
july 2017 by infovore
SIGHT & LIGHT - How to create 2D visibility/shadow effects for your game
Really nice tutorial on 2D visibility polygons - a series of interactive demos that illustrates a point very well.
maths  games  demonstrations  javascript  lineofsight 
march 2014 by infovore
Another World JS -
Porting a short segment of Another World to Javascript and Canvas. Bonkers, but impressive.
games  javascript  canvas  3D  anotherworld 
november 2009 by infovore
WikipathS: The Great Web Race | Play This Thing!
" go to any page on Wikipedia; a "start" button appears on the page. You click it, and it sends you to a random Wikipedia page, and then displays your "target" page in a box at the bottom of the browser window (as shown in the illo above). Your goal is to navigate from the start page to the target page, using only links in the main body of each article; the game is timed, so presumably you're attempting to do it in the minimum amount of time." A Greasemonkey/js entrant to the Global Game Jam - unusual, to say the least, and an interesting move.
games  web  javascript  greasemonkey  wikipedia  navigation 
february 2009 by infovore
Eesh. Tetris in 500 bytes of Javscript and HTML. Yes, they're obfuscated and unpleasant, but wow, etcetera.
games  javascript  obfuscated  code  programming  tetris  impressive 
august 2008 by infovore

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