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All about HTML5 Games

1. HexGL

If you like developing racing games in HTML5 and think that you have covered every scenario, look at HexGL for some inspiration for your next design.

The futuristic game was created in honor of the F-Zero and Wipeout series. You control a spaceship with the keyboard or with a touchscreen device. It is hailed as the best games out owing to the fast paced nature of the gameplay and stunning graphics. JavaScript and WebGL were also used for its creation.

2. Sketchout

This game also deserves a place on this list due to its stunning visuals and engaging gameplay. The main objective of Sketchout is to safeguard your planet by destroying meteors that are in a collision course with it. The set of blocks that you need to deflect take on a circular form and the assembly also keeps rotating. The whole experience is also accompanied with stellar music. In all, Sketchout offers developers some unique insights into futuristic gameplay.

3. Angry Birds

Yes, Angry Birds is available in HTML5. The gameplay is relatively the same – you have to chuck a bunch of angry birds as missiles to destroy blocks of bricks and other lumber at the end of the screen. Games like angry birds teach developers that an HTML5 game doesn’t need to have too many elements to stand out.

4. Treasure Arena

For developers who love to retro style games or are thinking of foraying into it, Treasure Arena can give some great tips on engagement. Built with socket.io, the game can have up to four players.

Stealing from your opponent and collecting loot is the basic premise of the game. Fast paced action and a peppy soundtrack make it even more enjoyable. Multiple players can play through a split screen and even challenge other players online.

5. Bananabread

This is a first person 3D shooter that uses WebGL and JavaScript for 3D graphics. The visuals are incredible for a game that is designed to run on your browser. It was originally developed by Mozilla to test its browser.

6. Sinuous

If Bananbread wins with complex graphics, Sinuous teaches us that an HTML5 game can win hearts by going with the minimalist route. The game is incredibly simple; all you have to do is avoid colliding with red dots scattered all around you and collect points as you go.

7. Contre Jour

Don’t be put off by its freaky gameplay. Contre Jour is a beautifully designed game for web browsers. It also runs in Android, iOS, Symbian and Windows Phone. It focuses on a blob named Petit who you have to move around by manipulating the ground at the environment around it. The main goal of the game is to collect blue orbs and to get to the portal.