Cave exploration has been all the rage this summer. Well, virtual caves, at least. With deadly, deadly consequences.
The folks at DinahMoe production house have created a couple of whimsical music games that you should definitely mess around with.
A lot has changed since the days when web developers relied almost exclusively on Flash for media-rich interactive content. Although the technology is still very much alive and may not see a replacement anytime soon for certain uses, more and more websites are implementing HTML5 for streaming audio and video, and we…
Game development platform GameSalad is tossing something new into the mix with HTML5.
A trio of Google engineers have ported id Software's gib-filled first-person shooter Quake II to browsers— you know, for kicks—as a way to show just what HTML5 compatible web browsers are capable of.