HTML5 this, HTML5 that, tired of hearing about it already? Then check out the fun side of HTML5 by recognizing its potential of becoming a serious gaming platform for game developers. My roundup of 7 HTML5 games featured below is all about quality, not quantity. With that in mind, I have played each and every game in this compilation to confirm their awesomeness! However, proceed with caution for which these games are highly addictive!

 

1. Angry Birds

A strategy game in which players use a slingshot to launch frustrated birds at pigs stationed on various structures with the intent of destroying them.

Angry Birds

 

2. Cut the Rope

A physics-based puzzle game that entails maneuvering a piece of candy into the mouth of a green monster by severing ropes and manipulating objects.

Cut the Rope

 

3. Runfield

A fast-pace scrolling game where the idea is to make your fox run as far as he can while jumping at the right points to avoid falling into ditches.

Runfield

 

4. Bejeweled

A tile-matching puzzle game with the objective of swapping one gem with an adjacent gem to form horizontal or vertical rows of three or more.

Bejeweled

 

5. Sketch Out

A futuristic game where the idea is to defend your home planet from aliens by using your paddle to deflect incoming missiles or by drawing constellation shield-lines.

Sketch Out

 

6. The Convergence

A single-player game about relationships, timing, avoiding obstacles and reaching a single goal by controlling two characters at the same time.

The Convergence

 

7. Sumon

A mathematical puzzle game that involves stringing a series of numbered blocks together to reach the target number by using addition.

Sumon