The creators of “Conduct THIS!” are building an AR version of their game: Lookin’ good! Sidenote: If you want to follow iOS specific AR projects, be sure to follow @MadeWithARKit on Twitter. You’ll find some inspiring stuff on there.
Nice demo of a pure CSS Crossword Puzzle, built using CSS Grid. Be sure to check out the validation rules too, they’re built using the General Sibling Selector (e.g. ~): #item1-1:valid ~ #item1-2:valid ~ #item1-3:valid ~ #item1-4:valid ~ #item1-5:valid ~ … Continue reading
Fun little game in which you control more than one character at once in a level, all bound to the same controls. Using walls and other obstacles you can sync up the locations between characters in order for each character … Continue reading
From the creator as Flexbox Froggy comes Grid Garden, a game for learning CSS Grid Layout: Grid Garden →
With the launch of Pokémon Go, a truckload of Pokémon locator apps/websites have appeared. Fons Van Damme (not related) created Pokemon Locator. And then there’s the more powerful Pokévision (pictured above): Pokevision is a Pokemon tracker/locator for the mobile game … Continue reading
How to set the Piano Tiles 2 record? Build a robot: Overhead iPhone 6+ processes video of the iPad screen at 120 fps. iPhone tracks tile speed and sends timing info via MIDI over USB through the camera connection kit. … Continue reading
Time Trial is a new interactive rock climbing video game produced by Randori, and hosted at Brooklyn Boulders Somerville twice each month. Players are given the opportunity to compete in a dynamic setting featuring augmented reality on a climbing wall.
So what color is “Oldlace” exactly? Is “FireBrick” red-ish, yellow-ish, or something in between? How green is “MediumSpringGreen”? Named Colours is a fun game to test your knowledge / to find out: Named Colours → Related: Crayon.css – Because colors … Continue reading
A “game” powered by The Link That Can Crash Google Chrome: Mouse your way through the map without touching the deadly trees! %%30%30: A Game →
We created a live action first-person zombie shooter in our garden – then invited unsuspecting people on chatroulette, omegle and skype to take control… Here’s a behind the scenes: