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10 Addictive Games That (ACTUALLY) Demonstrate The Power Of HTML5 Technology

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  1. Frank says:

    4 Games blocks in Chrome 9 and ALL are very slow.
    Red Shooting Hood doesn’t work and stop at 86% loading with Chrome 9.
    The best is Crystal galaxy but it’s very simple.

    Javascript is not so good for games and have zero tools, don’t understand all this hype. Google push it cause have no dev tools to go against Microsoft, the same is for Apple.
    Flash and Silverlight are a lot better, there is no game.

  2. Kevin Roast says:

    You forgot the most addictive game of the lot:

    http://bit.ly/asteroids

  3. Arby says:

    >> Javascript is not so good for games and have zero tools, don’t understand all this hype. Google push it cause have no dev tools to go against Microsoft, the same is for Apple.
    Flash and Silverlight are a lot better, there is no game.

    It’s only a matter of time before the tools and technologies mature. Native is far better than plug-in.
    Early Flash games / tools were worse than dire.

    It’s quite amusing how Flash-only developers steadfastly refuse to embrace the concept of JavaScript and HTML5 tech.

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  5. Bill says:

    Nice collection! I just made Mutant Zombie Monsters – http://www.mutantzombiemonsters.com/ – not too hard or very much work… Better games to come!

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