Free Silverlight and HTML5 Content
3D CSS used to Create Website
With the CSS 3D effects being implemented in modern browsers RoomSay.com takes this new technology and enables you to map your traditional 2D content onto the walls of a 3D room. By Content we mean Twitter feeds, YouTube/Vimeo videos, Pictures, HTML5 Games, Instant Chat Walls etc. All of them can be placed in 3D space.
As mentioned earlier, you create "Rooms" and place your content on the walls of these rooms. Rooms can be linked together by placing doors in your rooms. The whole process of creating rooms is fairly straight forward and easy.
When you've created your rooms they will become available to the general public to browse, you can choose you own URL to access your room (http://www.roomsay.com/...).
It has been tested so far on the iPad, Google Chrome, IE12 and Firefox and works well. On small screen phones you may have problems trying to navigate but on the whole it is very usable considering how new the technology is.
There is much more to this website such as the ability to "Skin" the rooms, that is to say you can change the textures used on the walls, floor, ceiling etc. Check it out for yourself here.
Feb 08, 2014 - read more...
Chat App Converted to HTML and JQuery
Sep 08, 2011 - read more...
Big Guns Tower Defense on iPhone, Android and Web
Big Guns has made the leap from Windows Phone 7 (XNA) to HTML5 so you can now play it on your iPhone, Android and other HTML5 compatible devices. You can play it now here or, for mobile users, you can play Big Guns here.
Jul 02, 2011 - read more...
HTML5 Games - Word Poppers and Batty the Ball
As the take-up of HTML5 quickens (74% of users currently have a browser capable of HTML5 Canvas) we present two more games for both your browser and mobile.
Word Poppers is a simple word-based puzzle game. The objective is to complete the unknown word by clicking on letters that are floating around in bubbles. The web version can be played here, the mobile version is here.
Batty the Ball is a remake of the classic bat and ball games from the '80s. Move your bat left and right to deflect the ball into the colored blocks, the aim being to destroy them all without losing your three lives. The web version can be played here, the mobile version is here.
Jun 04, 2011 - read more...
Big Guns Tower Defense on Windows Phone 7
Coming soon to Windows Phone 7 is an XNA port of the popular Vectorlight tower defense game Super Tower Defense. Whilst retaining many of the graphical and gameplay features of the original Silverlight game, the WP7 version opts for a smaller and simpler level structure.
Like Wakacube, Big Guns Tower Defense has made the switch from Silverlight to XNA due to performance issues with Silverlight on WP7. In fact, for good game performance on WP7 with smooth framerates XNA is a must.
You can get it for your Windows Phone 7 here:
Big Guns Tower Defense is completely free. Here's a couple of screenshots of the game.
May 06, 2011 - read more...