Google surprised the world during the Halloween season with the release of the their web game, Magic Cat Academy. The Doodle is played using your browser and works for both desktop and mobile views.
Kuku Kube is a simple looking but insanely challenging color quiz that tests your eyes ability to differentiate shades of color. The game starts out easy with a puzzle containing four huge squares with an odd shade that is easy to spot. As the 1-minute timer ticks and the player progresses, the squares increase in numbers and the odd shades become less obvious that makes you want to max out your screen contrast and brightness. You also probably need to play a couple of rounds to score better. At first try I managed to score a measly 17. My final score was 26. Hit the button below to test your eyes accuracy. You can also try it out on mobile devices.
You can now play the classic arcade game PAC-MAN in Google Maps and choose your own streets as the game maze! On desktop, simply go to Google Maps, pick you location, make sure to zoom in to street-level and look for the little box in the lower left corner of the map to launch the game. The game is clever enough to detect if the road network in a particular area is not well-suited for the game. Cities and town houses road networks make the best maze. You can also play on mobile however there are limited places that you can choose for the maze. This game is only going to be around for a while so don’t miss it. Hit the buttons below to try the game or view the official help page.
Air2048 is a webcam gesture-based puzzle game. It was build using gest.js, a webcam gesture recognition library. How to play? First off, you need a webcam obviously. Flick or wave your hand to move the tiles. When two tiles with the same number touch, they will be merged into one! Hit the button below to play the gesture puzzle game.
Baymax is an adorable and cuddly robot that everyone loves from the Disney animated film Big Hero 6. In this tutorial, Donovan Hutchinson shows us how to make an animated Baymax face in CSS. Since Baymax’s face consists of basic shapes, the tutorial is quite simple to follow too. Donovan only uses one HTML element to build the face area and he takes advantage of pseudo elements to render the rest of the facial features. To give some of impression of Baymax’s head on the website, he applies the basic Baymax body color and also radial gradient background color into
body to make it appear 3D-ish. The little animation idea comes from the scene where Baymax’s battery was running low and his eyelids dropped a little bit. Hit the button below to learn how to code Baymax’s face.
Sinuous is a simple yet addictive game created using HTML5 by Hakim El Hattab. A game with a single objective: avoid colliding with the red dots. You can gain power-ups by picking up the the bigger non-red dots such as for slowing down the game speed and magnetic force field around your cursor. Do try this HTML5 game and see how many levels you can last!
WhatPx is a skill game to improve your pixel eye-balling ability. Guess the pixel width of the black column by entering a raw number. Get the highest score you can in 10 tries. This simple game is quite addictive I tell ya’. It is built using a combination of CSS3 and jQuery JS.