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Unknown Pleasures Album Cover Gif Generator

I just whipped up a little website where you can draw something in the style of the Unknown Pleasures album cover and then export it as a gif.
posted by dreyfusfinucane on Oct 3, 2016 - 8 comments

Code Name: Sector

This is for that tiny fraction of MetaFilter that might remember an old computer/board game called Code Name: Sector. Now you can play it in your browser. Yay?
posted by mpark on Dec 22, 2015 - 5 comments

Exobike: Motorcycle racing for the Commodore Pet^W^W^Wyour browser

Exobike is a silly little browser-based motorcycle racing game vaguely inspired by Excitebike as cloned on an early 80's educational computer by 14-year old me. You race along a straight track, avoiding obstacles and trying to minimize your time. [more inside]
posted by suetanvil on Jul 13, 2015 - 6 comments

NoDoNot

Generate an image and slap the No Symbol on top! [more inside]
posted by wintrymix on Jan 21, 2015 - 7 comments

The Disintegrator

The disintegrator lets you select any valid audio file from your library (MP3, wav etc) which is supported by your browser. Once you click play the distortion level continually increases until you're left with a beautifully distorted cacophony! [more inside]
posted by TwoWordReview on May 21, 2014 - 16 comments

GRANagotchi

Can you help gran to survive winter? A game that portrays the bleak challenges faced by some older people via the medium of virtual pet toys. [more inside]
posted by malevolent on Dec 12, 2013 - 4 comments

Local mom discovers one weird old tip to stop wars

Prevent intractable wars in the Middle East with this 1 weird old trick. Uses HTML5 geolocation and the Sunlight Labs congress API, which are both pretty rad tools.
posted by ecmendenhall on Sep 5, 2013 - 0 comments

Gametron 7000

Gametron 7000 (GT7K) is a web-based game-building toolkit, designed and built by myself for use in non-programming-centric game design classes I've been teaching in NYC. It's almost all visual (no coding) and allows non-tech-savvy game creators to make fairly simple 2D sprite-based games. Even though it's a little rough around the edges, hopefully it's fun to use! [more inside]
posted by chasing on Jul 3, 2013 - 1 comment

15by7

A simple web toy for creating absurdly-crude tweetable pixel art. Warning: squinting may be required. [more inside]
posted by malevolent on Jan 28, 2013 - 9 comments

tipster: gratuity rates and customs for services anywhere in the world

Gratuities can be tricky: obligatory in some countries, but perceived as insulting in others. tipster.io aims to help travellers with an intuitive interface: devices and browsers that support geolocation receive tipping rates for their current location, while others can look up rates from a database of countries. [more inside]
posted by Bora Horza Gobuchul on Dec 30, 2012 - 7 comments

Powershop.co

Powershop search engine for PC components (like motherboards, CPUs, etc). My basic plan was to create a tool like diskcompare that would work for all types of components, as well as an attempt to come up with a modern HTML5 UI that would let you view and filter data the same way you would in a spreadsheet or database browser. Right now it works for CPUs, GPUs, RAM, Motherboards, Monitors, Hard drives (including SSDs), USB sticks (and flash cards), Monitors, Cases and Fans, as well as Laptops and Tablets. The front-end was done entirely in javascript (about 5k lines of JS before compression), and no HTML is generated server-side, instead plain HTML is sent and the javascript code requests JSON objects for everything else. [more inside]
posted by delmoi on Dec 15, 2012 - 4 comments

MandelPlot, a web-based fractal generator

This web-based application will plot the Mandelbrot set, let you zoom in on different sections and link to them (e.g. here). It requires a recent HTML5-capable browser (Firefox and Chrome both work). Source code is here under an open-source license. The website is entirely static. All processing happens on the browser.
posted by suetanvil on Jun 15, 2012 - 3 comments

Make No Wonder (HTML5 game)

Make No Wonder is an HTML5 game where you explore a procedurally-generated wilderness landscape, collecting resources and building structures and tools to survive. [more inside]
posted by oulipian on Mar 26, 2012 - 8 comments

Meow Reader Android App

I made an Android app for the popular Meow Reader website. Swipe your way through our gallery of reading cats. Be amazed by their beauty and their solid grasp of the written word. These cats are the antithesis of LOLcats, educated, refined bookworms with a curiosity that could kill. [more inside]
posted by stungeye on Mar 10, 2012 - 0 comments

Gibberish Generator

I'm proud to announce my first iPhone App: Gibberish Generator. This app allows you to generate pseudo-random sentences from lists of verbs, nouns, and the like. Optionally, you can enable your contacts, to allow them to be used in the random fun. The result can be tweeted or emailed to your friends. I can't imagine a more useful app than that. Perhaps I need a better imagination. [more inside]
posted by jpburns on Feb 5, 2012 - 0 comments

Infinimapper - HTML5-based Map Editor

The famous Tiled map editor is a powerful open source application for creating tile-based maps for use in video games, but what happens when we bring that level of versatility to anything that can run a modern browser? Add in the ability to create maps as large as you can imagine, allow editors in the same space to see each others work in real time, and this open source project could help facilitate a level of collaboration previously difficult to achieve. The end goals of this include use as a classroom teaching tool to spark young imaginations and hopefully generate interest in software development through simple games. It's a work in progress, so please feel free to let me know if there's anything you'd like to see.
posted by NBJack on Jan 18, 2012 - 0 comments

Chomper 5 - Version 2.0 of my Pac-Man in HTML5 project

Several months ago I linked to my first crack at writing a Pac-Man clone in HTML5. Based on mefite suggestions and my own revision plan, I've completely reworked my original code. Play as Pac-Man, Ms., or Jr., and select from several mazes. Original sound and graphics "borrowed" from MAME emulation. Works best in Chrome and Firefox. [more inside]
posted by hiteleven on Nov 29, 2011 - 6 comments

Classic Cold War arcade games that never were, "reproduced" in HTML5

The early 1980s could have been a boom time for Cold War-themed arcade games. It wasn't, but what if it had been? On this website I'm using HTML5 to code up USA vs. USSR games that have that early 80s look and feel. [more inside]
posted by hiteleven on Jun 21, 2011 - 2 comments

Arcade-quality Pac-Man in HTML5

By "arcade-quality", I mean that I captured the graphics and sound from the Pac-Man arcade ROM (via MAME), implemented the original ghost movement strategies, and tried to get the animation as smooth as the original. This implementation includes a high-score board, and can be expanded to accommodate multiple mazes. [more inside]
posted by hiteleven on Apr 12, 2011 - 22 comments

Web Developer Guide: XHTML, CSS, PHP, JavaScript, HTML5, and PhotoShop

For the last nine years I have taught web development, with a sideline in 3D, while continuing to freelance. The product of this AskMeFi question, my blog contains lectures, lessons, tutorials, resources and practice quizzes for XHTML, PHP and CSS. Increasingly, I’m focusing my writing on JavaScript, CSS3 and HTML5. I’ve just added the (very much beta) ability to sign up and leave comments, with many more features planned. [more inside]
posted by Bora Horza Gobuchul on Mar 2, 2011 - 5 comments

TV Theme Quiz using HTML5 Audio

I occasionally make web-based quizzes for my friend's and co-workers to argue and compete over. They seem to enjoy them, perhaps you will too. How many well-known TV themes can you discern from this jumbled medley? An earlier quiz is also available.
posted by AndrewStephens on May 25, 2010 - 0 comments

HTML5 Zombo.com

I wanted zombo.com on my iPad. That is all.
posted by bertrandom on May 19, 2010 - 16 comments

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