Which movie does the object come from? Addicting game with great design from Google Creative Lab’s creative director Ji Lee (concept and illustrations), Daniele Codega (site design), and Cory Forsyth (coding).
A massively multiplayer online
Scrabble crossword with an insanely huge game board. To start playing just lay down a word.
Erik Rothoff put together a simple bookmarklet that turns any website into a astroid-like game where you and your spaceship take on ads, images and links. Try it out on the Tumblr dashboard, there’s plenty to shoot at there.
Remember: It’s cooler if you make your own sound effects.
Google took their logo art to a new level today to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Pacman with a playable version of the game. The best part is that you can play the game on your iPad or iPhone, just swipe the direction you want to turn.
Game developers Superbrothers are getting a lot of attention at GDC this year for their upcoming indie iPhone game - Sword & Sworcery. They describe the game as “a fantasy subgenre characterized by swashbuckling heroes”. It reminds me a lot of the old pixel based adventure games, but with an incredible stylized twist.
Remember the Choose Your Own Adventure books as a kid? Bank Run is like combining one of those book, with the production quality of an action movie, and an interactive game. Interactive shop SilkTricky run by Chris Lund recently launched this site along with part II that’s playable as an iPhone game.
Go ahead. Kill some time on this site. It’s worth it.
Creative Applications put together a list of their top 15 iPhone apps from 2009, all of which you probably haven’t heard of.
Take the social gaming elements of Foursquare and combine it with music discovery and you have The Sixty One. Launch the site and ‘heart’ music you like, comment, participate in the daily quests to gain reputation awards, and level-up. The quest urge users to become participants on the site as well as educating them about music as in the quest In The Mood—Listen to four different moods on the homepage. (At least five minutes for each mood.)
If you sign-up for an account use my email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) as a referrer. I assume I’ll end up with a few reputation points as a result.
Fast moving single-button game.