Jquery Games – A Perspective Besides Animation

Posted by Joe Burrill | On | August 9, 2011 | Filed under Development

A lot of people (including you) think that Jquery is a scripting language to create flash like animation or beautiful navigation menus. But it has wide meaning in itself; you can’t restrict it within its limit. Besides making cool looking gallery or navigation menu with the help of Jquery there are lots of things we can do with it. We all know Jquery is hot favorite for Web Designers and Web Developers to produce great and beautiful artistic work, there are many developers who think beyond their limits to do something new and creative. Jquery Games are the great example of those thinking. Most of the people are unaware of these types of applications; Jquery games are the best way to entertain people without any loading or waiting. In near future Jquery games will be good replacement of the Flash Games which are quite popular among online gamers.


Now hold your breath to experience the all new world of Jquery. Following Jquery games are quite interesting and very popular games in various other modes of programming.


1. Tunnel

Play here



2. Cubescape

Play here



3. Memory Game

Play here



4. Roller

Play here



5. Image Puzzle

Play here



6. Snacky

Play here



7. Mine Sweeper

Play here



8. Character Fall

Play here



9. Mad Libs

Play here



10. Sudoku

Play here


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  1. By vsync - August 10, 2011

    the last Sudoku game is pretty lame…
    check out my Sudoku, (using jQuery also)

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    would be nice to be included in the list as well :)

  2. By Francis - October 20, 2011

    I think it would be better to refer to these as javascript or HTML5 games rather JQuery Games. JQuery is just a framework not the platform itself.

  3. By Magnus Ferm - January 28, 2012

    I made a puzzle game using jQuery called Flooder 2. It works ok and the source code is available in the “help”-section: http://maffelu.net/demo/jquery/flooder2/

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