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Posts Tagged ‘Browserspiel’

Kanji Duel

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014

Full window link.

This game is intended for practicing vocabulary and fast typing. It takes inspiration from Sega’s The Typing of the Dead, a parody of the zombie game The House of the Dead, in which you shoot enemies by typing words.

Embed code (you can adjust the height and width values):

<iframe name="kanjiduel" src="http://playable.electrolit.net/kanjiduel/" height="450" width="800"></iframe>

Mag-Net

Tuesday, March 25th, 2014

Embed code (you can adjust the height and width values):

<iframe name="mag-net" src="http://playable.electrolit.net/mag-net/" height="450" width="800"></iframe>

I really only updated the background for this game, otherwise it’s still the same as three years ago. But imagine this on the 3DS with a special stylus that has a blue and a red ball at the end. Remember, on the Wii the player controlled balls can be moved in and out of the screen.

Breaxxor U

Wednesday, March 12th, 2014


I implemented touch controls and sound support for Breaxxor on the Wii U stock browser. If you have a Wii U, you can try them out at breaxxor.com. Of course you can still play the game on other browsers1 Including Internet Explorer. When I originally published Breaxxor, IE was lacking canvas support entirely, now it is among the fastest browsers to render my game. as well, at breaxxor.com or directly below:

Embed code (you can change the height and width values):

<iframe name="breaxxor" src="http://breaxxor.com/" height="600" width="800"></iframe>

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  1. Including Internet Explorer. When I originally published Breaxxor, IE was lacking canvas support entirely, now it is among the fastest browsers to render my game. []

Kanji Puzzle Update

Thursday, October 18th, 2012

I made a small modification to the Kanji Puzzle game on the playable side of electrolit. You now have to click only one of the identical kanjis and all are marked as found. This makes the puzzles less tedious. Enjoy!

Mag-Net!

Friday, January 14th, 2011

When I was checking out different HTML5 demos I found this nice sphere demo by Emil Korngold. It inspired me to write my own little 3D-sphere demo and I spent the last two days making this easy to pick up puzzle game. It borrows a bit of Korngold’s code and also some of my own Breaxxor so I could finish it quickly.

Basically you control a magnet, rotate it, move it around, and if you’re playing on Wii also in and out of the screen. Blue attracts red and the other way around. If two balls of the same color touch, one changes its color. Your magnet balls never change so you can use them to color the free moving balls.

Each round you’re given a target to be met within the time limit. Color enough balls correctly and score points. With each round the time limit grows shorter and the points you get increase.

Click to play!

Breaxxor Beta

Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010

Kanji Puzzle

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

You may or may not have noticed the playable electrolit link in the navigation box at the top of the right hand column but look out for some neat little browser games to be added on this page. The first one has been available for a while now and I thought it was time to plug it on the main site.

The first title, Kanji Puzzle, is a game where you have to find kanji (Chinese characters) that share a certain Japanese reading. Correct answers will be colored to create the dots of a huge pixelated kanji which is also one of the correct answers. Look for the golden answer to give you a hint where the other correct answers are.

There’s as many wrong characters as right ones and each is repeated several times. Which kind of characters are used to create the next puzzle and their difficulty can be selected after solving a puzzle or giving up. You can also switch off the music completely for the following puzzles or choose what kind of helpful hints should be displayed for the kanji your mouse cursor currently hovers over.

Although the game is intended for Japanese speaking (and reading) players, even without any knowledge of Japanese you can just start clicking characters and avoid the ones that get marked with a red cross and look for the ones the get circled. Don’t expect to learn Japanese this way but it might still be fun for a few tries.