CUBE is a WebGL game about Google Maps. Play your way through a cubic Google Maps world. Travel through New York, Tokyo and many other cities and learn all about the great features of Google Maps.
Superheroes are all the rage, the Next Superhero is a social networking game where the user competes to be one of the ten available digital superheroes, whose strength come from Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Foursquare and Flickr. The site is developed entirely in HTML, seeking to be accessible from any mobile device without installing additional plugins. Let’s see if you have what it takes to be the next superhero. Site credits: Grupo W
UFOMAMMOOT is Sven Lahann, Karsten Weil, Mario Müller and Stefanie Wildner. After learning about Websockets they were eager to build a website around this technology. Given the fact that they all are a bunch of oldschool nerds they decided to build «Mammoot Control», a Space Invaders like Flash game that lets you use your iPhone as a gamepad.
Cut the Rope is a mobile game and a promotional microsite for Microsoft’s Internet Explorer. Even if you don’t have or want Internet Explorer and eventhough some lags may occur (tested in Firefox 9), this is a pretty engaging online experience. Say what you will, the game is simple and fun. Give it a shot and check out the «Behind the Scenes» article, too!
Credits: ZeptoLab + Pixel Lab
For the Sci-fi/Horror film’s near Halloween release Watson/DG launched «Station Survival», a first person browser based shooter game created with Unity3D. An isolated Norwegian outpost in Antarctica has sent out an urgent call for help, and it’s your mission to explore the base and find out what went down. Grab your flamethrower, and prepare to fight an enemy that’s unlike anything you’ve ever faced before. Do you think you have what it takes to survive Thule Station?
«Relive your childhood here on Games We Played, a site dedicated to the things and activities which kept us entertained and our parents sane». This very cute website is one of the many initiatives under the Singapore Memory Project, an ambitious undertaking to curate the people’s memories of Singapore through the ages, so that generations of the future can have a past they can hold on to.