Conectayas – Connect four, Tic-tac-toe and similar connection games in JavaScript (September 2006)

“Conectayas” is an open source Tic-tac-toe, Connect four (aka Four in a row) and similar style games (highly configurable) totally written in DHTML (HTML, CSS and JavaScript).

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It is my seventh DHTML game and was made in late 2006.

In fact, this game is not only a game but many since the player can configure it to play Tic-tac-toe, Connect-4 and other similar games. You can configure the number of human players (1 or 2 players), who will start playing first (first player or second player which can be either the computer or a human), board size, the necessary pieces in a line to win, the colour of the pieces and choose whether to use gravity or not (with gravity the pieces will fall down as in Connect-four).

You can also change the game behaviour easily by editing many of the configuration variables which are at the beginning of the script. To change the backgrounnd image you just need to replace it with another one.

This game only uses one image for the background which is not necessary to make it work, so all the rest you can see has been made using just pure HTML and CSS.

Official languages are Spanish and English.

You can find other modified and adapted versions of this game on the Internet, including one Opera widget and even a Drupal module.

This game has been tested under BeOS, Linux, NetBSD, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, Windows, Mac OS X, BlackBerry Tablet OS, Android, iOS and others.

Play online in English: http://conectayas.tuxfamily.org/conectayas_english/

Play online in English (mirror): http://www.dhtmlgames.com/conectayas/conectayas_english/

Play online in Spanish: http://conectayas.tuxfamily.org/conectayas_spanish/

Play online in Spanish (mirror): http://www.dhtmlgames.com/conectayas/conectayas_spanish/

Official web site: http://conectayas.tuxfamily.org/ (mirror at http://www.dhtmlgames.com/conectayas/).

The repository can be found on GitHub: https://github.com/jalbam/conectayas

Buscayasminas – Minesweeper game in JavaScript (August 2006)

“Buscayasminas” is an open source Minesweeper game (configurable) totally written in DHTML (HTML, CSS and JavaScript).

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It is my sixth DHTML game and was made in mid 2006.

Players can configure the game with some options. You can change the number of mines, board size and set a time limit (in seconds) or disable it.

You can also change the game behaviour easily by editing many of the configuration variables which are at the beginning of the script. To change the game images you just need to replace them with others.

Official languages are Spanish and English.

You can find other modified and adapted versions of this game on the Internet, including one Opera widget.

This game has been tested under BeOS, Linux, NetBSD, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, Windows, Mac OS X, BlackBerry Tablet OS, Android, iOS and others.

Play online in English: http://buscayasminas.tuxfamily.org/buscayasminas_english/

Play online in English (mirror): http://www.dhtmlgames.com/buscayasminas/buscayasminas_english/

Play online in Spanish: http://buscayasminas.tuxfamily.org/buscayasminas_spanish/

Play online in Spanish (mirror): http://www.dhtmlgames.com/buscayasminas/buscayasminas_spanish/

Official web site: http://buscayasminas.tuxfamily.org/ (mirror at http://www.dhtmlgames.com/buscayasminas/).

The repository can be found on GitHub: https://github.com/jalbam/buscayasminas

Yasminuroban – Sokoban game in JavaScript (March 2006)

“Yasminuroban” is an open source Sokoban (aka Warehouse keeper) version totally written in DHTML (HTML, CSS and JavaScript). With level editor.

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It is my fourth DHTML game and was made in early 2006.

The game includes a level editor and, as far as I know, it is the first level editor ever made using JavaScript. It allows you to modify the current level or create a new one to play it after you press the “Play map” option. You can also copy the generated JavaScript code which can be used to modify the game code by yourself, for example.

You can also change the game behaviour or add new levels easily by editing many of the configuration variables which are at the beginning of the script. To change the game images you just need to replace them with others.

Official languages are Spanish and English.

You can find other modified and adapted versions of this game on the Internet (with configurable skins or themes and with many sets of levels that the player can choose), including one Opera widget.

This game has been tested under BeOS, Linux, NetBSD, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, Windows, Mac OS X and others.

Play online in English: http://yasminuroban.tuxfamily.org/yasminuroban_english/

Play online in English (mirror): http://www.dhtmlgames.com/yasminuroban/yasminuroban_english/

Play online in Spanish: http://yasminuroban.tuxfamily.org/yasminuroban_spanish/

Play online in Spanish (mirror): http://www.dhtmlgames.com/yasminuroban/yasminuroban_spanish/

Official web site: http://yasminuroban.tuxfamily.org/ (mirror at http://www.dhtmlgames.com/yasminuroban/).

The repository can be found on GitHub: https://github.com/jalbam/yasminuroban

Tetríssimus – Tetris game in JavaScript (March 2006)

“Tetríssimus” is an open source Tetris clone totally written in DHTML (HTML, CSS and JavaScript).

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It is my third DHTML game and was made in early 2006.

Editing the game code in order to add new pieces with different shapes or change the current ones or even delete them is very easy. You can also change the game behaviour easily by editing many of the configuration variables which are at the beginning of the script. To change the background image you just need to replace it with another one.

This game only uses one image for the background which is not necessary to make it work, so all the rest you can see has been made using just pure HTML and CSS.

Official languages are Spanish and English.

You can find other modified and adapted versions of this game on the Internet, including one Opera widget and even a Drupal module.

This game has been tested under BeOS, Linux, NetBSD, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, Windows, Mac OS X and others.

Play online in English: http://tetrissimus.tuxfamily.org/tetrissimus_english/

Play online in English (mirror): http://www.dhtmlgames.com/tetrissimus/tetrissimus_english/

Play online in Spanish: http://tetrissimus.tuxfamily.org/tetrissimus_spanish/

Play online in Spanish (mirror): http://www.dhtmlgames.com/tetrissimus/tetrissimus_spanish/

Official web site: http://tetrissimus.tuxfamily.org/ (mirror at http://www.dhtmlgames.com/tetrissimus/).

The repository can be found on GitHub: https://github.com/jalbam/tetrissimus

PunkPong – Pong game in JavaScript (February 2006)

“PunkPong” is an open source Pong clone totally written in DHTML (HTML, CSS and JavaScript).

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It is my second DHTML game and was made in early 2006.

It allows you to use either mouse or keyboard to control your paddle.

Despite the fact that it is very easy in the beginning, the difficulty increases slowly every level and the computer will be much harder to beat.

You can also change the game behaviour easily by editing many of the configuration variables which are at the beginning of the script.

This game doesn’t use any image at all, just pure HTML and CSS.

Official languages are Spanish and English.

You can find other modified and adapted versions of this game on the Internet, including one Opera widget and even a Drupal module.

This game has been tested under BeOS, Linux, NetBSD, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, Windows, Mac OS X, BlackBerry Tablet OS, Android, iOS and others.

Play online in English: http://punkpong.tuxfamily.org/punkpong_english/

Play online in English (mirror): http://www.dhtmlgames.com/punkpong/punkpong_english/

Play online in Spanish: http://punkpong.tuxfamily.org/punkpong_spanish/

Play online in Spanish (mirror): http://www.dhtmlgames.com/punkpong/punkpong_spanish/

Official web site: http://punkpong.tuxfamily.org/ (mirror at http://www.dhtmlgames.com/punkpong/).

The repository can be found on GitHub: https://github.com/jalbam/punkpong

La Ranisima – Space Invaders alike game in JavaScript (February 2006)

“La Ranisima” is an open source game that was written totally in DHTML (HTML, CSS and JavaScript) and was inspired by the Space invaders classic although uses infantile graphics that will be loved by the youngest children.

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It is my first DHTML game and it was made in early 2006 based on DOM manipulation, when almost nobody knew about the power of JavaScript for game development and all the technologies involved related with that were unknown by the vast majority of developers who preferred to develop games using Flash or even Java.

You can also change the game behaviour easily by editing many of the configuration variables which are at the beginning of the script. To change the game images you just need to replace them with others.

Official languages are Spanish and English.

You can find other modified and adapted versions of this game on the Internet, including one Opera widget.

This game has been tested under BeOS, Linux, NetBSD, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, Windows, Mac OS X and others.

Play online in English: http://ranisima.tuxfamily.org/ranisima_english/

Play online in English (mirror): http://www.dhtmlgames.com/ranisima/ranisima_english/

Play online in Spanish: http://ranisima.tuxfamily.org/ranisima_spanish/

Play online in Spanish (mirror): http://www.dhtmlgames.com/ranisima/ranisima_spanish/

Official web site: http://ranisima.tuxfamily.org/ (mirror at http://www.dhtmlgames.com/ranisima/).

It can also be found on GitHub: https://github.com/jalbam/ranisima