Here are some example toys and games, with source code.
Click on the image or title of an example to run it.
Perlenspiel works best on desk/laptop Firefox and Chrome.
Some Android devices will work, others not.
Safari should work fine on Mac desk/laptops, but Mobile Safari (on iPhones and iPads) can’t play .wav files, or more than one sound at a time, because Steve Jobs said so.
IE? Don’t get me started.
Perlenspiel Splash Screen (Moriarty)
Plays the opening theme of J.S. Bach’s Die Kunst der Fuge (The Art of Fugue, 1751). Touch the beads to hear the notes again. Source code.
Simple Paint (Moriarty)
Select colors, click and/or drag to paint. Click X to clear the canvas. Source code.
Paint Wars (Heitman & Zawada)
Two players race to paint the most houses in a minute. Includes a tutorial movie. Source code.
Functional Colors (Poirier & Sullivan)
Jump, stomp and spider-pig your way home. Includes integrated tutorial. Source code.
Stumblin’ Down the Road (Lindstrom & Tomson)
Multi-level path-tracing game with moving obstacles, disappearing walls and switches. Includes an interactive tutorial. Source code.
Quadacity (Gray & Thomas)
Conform four increasingly complex patterns with a limited budget of moves. Source code.