Free online browser video games for girls

Free online browser video games for girls

May 8, 2019 Off By GameReview

Playing games in your browser, on PC or mobile phone, it’s the easiest way to enjoy and relax for a few moments, when available time is very little. Browser / Html5 games are the most convenient to play at work or at school, when you have a few free moments. Think that a PC game takes minutes only to load … but a browser game can be played in seconds, from anywhere, from any device. Here are some cool html5 games:

Part of the world of Google Chrome Experiments, Roll It brings the fun of carnival skeeball right into your home, using your accelerometer-enabled smartphone as a controller within your Web browser. Pairing your smartphone with your desktop browser is easy, and once you’re up and running, you can even play with multiple people to unlock powerups and special modifiers as you progress through the game’s various levels. The gameplay isn’t as smooth as you might find on the Wii U, but it’s still a novel use of the Chrome’s capabilities and that of the HTML 5 Canvas. It looks nice, and moreover, plays well on a large number of browsers and systems.

Before A Dark Room found considerable success as a mobile game, its home was the HTML 5 engine, which is a particularly useful system for creating text-based adventures. The game doesn’t offer much in the way of explanation, but figuring out what’s going on as you play is also one of the title’s biggest merits. It incorporates elements of idle gaming as well, with real-time cooldowns on actions such as gathering wood and checking traps, each of which helps you build additional structures that inch you ever so closer to your goal. Just make sure to keep the fire stoked and the room warm if you ever hope to uncover the secrets of this intriguing text-based game.

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As part of the Firefox 4 release last year, Runfield was created to show off some of the capabilities of the browser. The idea is to run as far as you can while avoiding the holes, a scarily addictive game mechanic (like Canabalt). Ilmari Heikkinen created the code and beautiful graphics. The game uses HTML5 canvas for the graphics.

Another recent iOS port is that of Fieldrunners, which unfortunately only runs in Chrome. Fieldrunners is a traditional tower defence game in which you strategically place emplacements to defend yourself from the incoming hordes. The game uses WebGL for accelerated 2D graphics.

Blatantly inspired by the classic Line Rider, Canvas Rider allows users to create, share and ride user-generated tracks. If you’ve ever played a physics-based bike game (think Trials, or the more recent Trials HD) then the concept will be very familiar. As a biker you must reach the end of the level, which is considerably easier said than done. Careful use of throttle and lean controls will help maintain your rider’s position on the bike, and when you’re sick of being thrown off all the time you can have a go at creating your own level. There are hundreds of other users’ creations which can be easily filtered by popularity to reveal some beautifully-crafted levels. Chrome users can install an extension for quick access to Canvas Rider.