Advancements in WebGL are revolutionizing HTML5 game development. With this technology, we can create impressive 3D games. An example is Jumpee Land, our latest creation using the WebGL framework.
Jumpee Land is an endless runner game set in a world of floating blocks and lasers.
You play as a blocky yellow bird, which jumps along a path of blocks when you tap (or click) on the screen.
Just like in any endless runner type of games, your aim is to get as far as you can.
But of course, several things get in the way of achieving your goal.
The most dangerous of them all are the lasers. A single hit with a laser beam spells instant annihilation!
And they come in various forms too.
They can come at you from pyramid-shaped structures. These laser-shooting pyramids occur on either side of your path, and can be a bit tricky to avoid.
Laser beams can also appear as a non-stop stream, in which case you better take advantage of the moving bricks that can temporarily shield you from them.
In this game, not all blocks you jump on are created equal. There are the regular blocks that you can safely stand on while planning your next move.
But there are also cracked blocks that you have to deal with. When you stand on them for too long, they break, causing you to fall into the abyss below and die.
One of the nicest features of the game are the unlockable characters. You need to reach certain score milestones for these to be unlocked.
In addition to the yellow bird, there are currently two other characters are available. These are the big-eared white rabbit and the droopy-eyed cow.
Unlockable items like these definitely add to the fun factor and replayability of the game.
Additional features in the game include an interactive tutorial and a leaderboard.
All modern browsers use HTML5 as the standard to make web content interactive. This means that games built using this technology will run on any device that has a browser.
Together with WebGL technology, HTML5 can be used to create stunning 3D graphics. Images and animation can be displayed on any browser without the need for plugins like Flash.
You can enjoy playing 3D games instantly by just loading a web page.
Click here to play Jumpee Land.
Interested to license this game? Drop us a line via our contact page.
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