The HTML5 Game Development blog has a nice in depth tutorial explaining how to make a Galaxians style game with HTML5.
Here is Today is an interesting HTML5 experiment that helps to put the world, and our lives, into perspective.
Want to create a game with HTML5 technologies? It’s a popular thing to do these days – many people are trying it out – and event if you’re not making games, maybe you want to create a web toy or some interactive art? HTML5 Game Engines is a site that categorizes and ranks the top… Read More ›
A vibrant community forum of people who are passionate about HTML5 Game development. A great place to get help and advice if you’re new to game dev or want to get some tips.
An interesting series of articles by a games studio started by former console developers that have now moved to the more open HTML5 format. The article is in 3 parts: Part 1 – Reasoning and Benefits Part 2 – programming considerations Part 3 – Technical considerations
An interesting look at the many ways you can make money with HTML5 Games. Currently the commercial market for these games is quite small – but with the ever expanding smartphone market it can only continue to expand. MarketJS seem to think you can make a 5 figure salary from HTML5 games – which I… Read More ›
At GDC 2013 (Game Developers Conference) this year Nintendo announced that they have a HTML5 web framework for developing Wii U applications. It seems they’ve also opened up the usage to smaller developers allowing more people than ever to develop content for Nintendo platforms. This is fantastic news for game developers – and great for… Read More ›
I’m a WordPress developer by trade – so I’m hugely interested in anything WordPress related. I am about to start a new website and so I was looking for a decent starter theme. I’ll admit that I haven’t started developing yet – but from the documentation and writeups I’ve seen Bones looks like a good… Read More ›
So yesterday I mentioned HTML5 drawing apps – and today I find this. It’s awesome. I would really recommend it as a great example of nicely done canvas work. I love the feel of the brushes – they move really smoothly – unlike many of the online drawing apps you get. Hopefully I can learn… Read More ›
I’ve been researching creating a HTML5 drawing app recently and I keep coming across this one from William Malone. His choice of a watermelon duck is a bit odd – and there’s a few things he does that are a bit strange/ superflous – but as a primer it’s quite nice and I’d recommend it… Read More ›
Weave Silk is an interactive HTML5 experiment that uses the power of the browser to create beautiful things. There’s not much more to say really – it makes use of modern technology to create lovely looking artworks.
An interactive film by Chris Milk. Featuring “We Used To Wait” by Arcadefire and built in HTML5. There’s so much cleverness in this video. Besides drawing stuff on the html5 canvas element – there’s all sorts of things like actions triggered by the music, in particular browser windows opening and closing. Plus – there’s Google… Read More ›
An interactive journey through Kansas – that takes you on a balloon ride to Oz. A promotional interactive site created for the 2013 Disney Movie – Oz the Great and the Powerful. There’s a case study (and tutorial) on the development of the Oz project over at HTML5 Rocks. The demo makes use of webGL… Read More ›
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The website for the Defqon.1 Festival. Makes good use of the jQuery isotope Plugin to load the content on the homepage in a haphazard grid.