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:
Relive some of YouTube’s best loved videos from the last decade with a game that tests your pop-culture knowledge. #HappyBirthdayYouTube Built using pixi.js Do you know YouTube from A to Z? →
Oh the memories! I was 13 when the first GTA was released; and fooled around with it quite a lot (some remainder can be found here) — remember Junction25, M1, Cops, and GTA Cars? I surely do!
The track itself is stored in several distinct files. The most interesting of which are TRACK.TRV, containing raw vertices, and TRACK.TRF containing the track faces as quads of 4 index pointers into the vertices. Pretty straight forward. Reverse Engineering WipEout → WipEout Model Viewer, A WebGL Expiriment →
Alto’s Adventure is an endless snowboarding odyssey, set against a beautiful and ever changing alpine landscape. Great atmosphere and quite fun 🙂 Alto’s Adventure →
A Clockwork Orange – Some of the most iconic scenes from Stanley Kubrick’s 1971 film reenacted in Grand Theft Auto: Online Neatly done!
The XY-mode of an oscilloscope is pretty straightforward. Two voltages specify the horizontal and vertical position of the ray, so by varying these as a function of time you can draw shapes. Basically you output a set of 2D points with coordinates in range [-1, 1], view it in XY-mode on the oscilloscope and Bob’s […]
Draw Bézier curves that fit in the shape drawn on screen. The Bézier Game → Related: This video showing how Bézier Curves are drawn is worth your time.
Fun Google Maps based quiz. Just drop the pin at a location to answer. Keep playing until you run out of kilometers. Smarty Pins →