Chrome Experiment has been coming out with heaps of incredible HTML5 canvas and javascript experiments. Thanks to all the awesome developers, most of the experiments are truly unique and jaw dropping. I could never imagine with the combination HTML and javascript can achieve such an amazing result. Take Tank World as an example, stunning 3d graphic, and it's a game! However, it will take year before most of the modern browsers fully support them, and also, I can feel the slowness when the browser loads and renders the graphic. So in the mean time, flash is still the best solution for intensive animation and web based game development.

Check out the list, preferably with Google Chrome. Mind you, some of them are pretty addictive :)


Position the blue dots such that no lines overlap. How quickly can you solve it? :)
拖动蓝点,让所有线都不相交,看看你多久能解开? :)

Z Type

A Space Shoot'em'Up where you type to shoot. Made with ImpactJS

Cube Out

Remake of classic puzzle game Blockout (3D Tetris). Rotate and move polycubes to fill the space. If you complete a layer, it will disappear. Special tip: try pause ;)


A simple javascript game: click and hold in the blue box, and don't let the yellow dots touch the red dots. Log in with your Google Account to get on the high scores!

Sketch 3D

Sketch in 3D with animating lines.


Conductor turns the New York subway system into an interactive string instrument. Using the MTA’s actual subway schedule, the piece begins in realtime by spawning trains which departed in the last minute, then continues accelerating through a 24 hour loop. The visuals are based on Massimo Vignelli’s 1972 diagram.


A physics aquarium where you can create colorful and dynamic movement patterns.

Ultra Neuron Pong

Ultra Neuron Pong is a concept game based on the classic Pong game that we all know. This time however, the computer paddle is entirely controlled by a neural network. This computer brain is also a game element: you can shoot the neural net to dumb the computer down.

Tank World

A small 3d shooter and level editor