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  1. Here is a simple customized word search game themed for St. Patricks day. Game was created in HTML5. Enjoy!
  2. I had to add a "Click to play" button before the game starts...ugg
  3. what's new in version 0.13?
  4. I have a online game portal: It was originally a Flash portal but for Html5 games I think we will do things differently. For Html5 games, if you have a game that your hosting somewhere, send me a link and I will create a direct link on our portal to your game page. If you have a Html5 game you want us to host, that is fine also but it is easier to link to your website for a number of reasons. 1. It's your game you deserve the traffic and the reward 2. when you make updates you don't have to worry about redistributing to portals 3. it is easier for us to add your link.
  5. If I offended anyone, I didn't mean to and I don't have an issue with trust, I was just basing my questions on what the specifics of the contest legalese says.
  6. In order to beat the computer you have to use the forehand shot a lot. It took quite a while to figure out. I would like to see a "Super Pro" level where the computer learns from the player and then mixes things up. Well done!
  7. Great Game! Enjoy it alot!
  8. Why would there be a clause like this for a contest? Is this why you want the source code? (it is highlighted in bold and red): 3. LICENSE: Each entrant represents and warrants that it is the author and owner of the Submission and has all rights in the Submission, and that Sponsor’s use of the Submission as contemplated in these Official Rules requires no additional permissions, including without limitation those relating to the copyright, patent, trademark/trade dress, rights of publicity or moral rights in the Submission. Submitting a Submission constitutes entrant’s consent to give Sponsor Entities a royalty-free, irrevocable, perpetual, non-exclusive, transferable license to use, reproduce, modify, publish, create derivative works from, and display such Submission in whole or in part, on a worldwide basis, and to incorporate it into other works, in any form, media, or technology now known or later developed, for promotional or marketing purposes, including but not limited to making the Submission available for game play. If requested, entrant will sign any documentation that may be required for Sponsor or its designees to make use of the non-exclusive rights entrant is granting to use the Submission. Each entrant also irrevocably waives any and all so-called moral rights they may have in the Submission. Each entrant further agrees to defend, indemnify and hold harmless Sponsor Entities from and against any claims, lawsuits, liabilities or expenses (including attorney’s fees) arising out of or related to that entrant’s Submission or violation by entrant of these Official Rules.
  9. well according to this page: it says: The contest is open to U.S. residents only, ages 13 and up. so what other country are you referring to if it is only open to U.S residents?
  10. I read the specifics of this contest here: ... one part says " Finalists must also provide the source code to Sponsor within three (3) business days of notification being sent. Failure of a Finalist to provide the Prize Documentation or source code within said time period, or any Prize notification that is returned as undeliverable, will result in said Finalist’s disqualification, the forfeiture of his or her interest in the Prize, and the selection of a substitute Finalist to be selected based on the criteria above from all remaining eligible entries. " why do I have to provide source code of my game if I win? That sounds a bit odd.... Please advise?
  11. A cryptoquote/cryptogram is a puzzle game that consists of short pieces of encrypted text. This text is generally a quote made by a famous author. Each letter of the encrypted text represents the correct letter of the quote. To solve the puzzle, you must uncover the original lettering that represents the full quote along with the author. If you enjoy these classic newspaper puzzles, then this is the HTML5 game for you!
  12. The object of this game is to escape the maze before time runs out. Final score is based on maze difficulty, time to exit, map usage, coins collected and more in this simple HTML5 game.
  13. atkman

    Mind Boggle

    The object of Mind Boggle is to match the target solution using the slider arrows. Complete all 3 levels to become the ultimate mind boggle master! Use the mouse on desktop or touch for mobile to play this html5 game!
  14. atkman

    Drop Blocks

    The object of Drop Blocks is to position the falling pieces to get 3 of the same color in a row, column or diagonally. Use arrow keys to move and rotate. Each level adds a new color and will get progressively harder! Mobile users will have a touch arrow pad and wildcard button to play this HTML5 game! Here is the Link to the Game: