Browser-based games, or web games, are very easy to use, widely available and do not require any specific equipment, except for what 80% of Europeans have at their disposal: the Internet. This makes web games accessible on many media: computer, smartphone or tablet. However, there are two options: HTML 5 games and WebGL games.
HTML 5 is a development language that allows you to create small web games. Since they are very lightweight, it is very easy to integrate them into an existing website and make a mobile version! This is the case of Zero Emission Snake, a game we made for Transport & Environment to encourage the use of electric vehicles. Try it here!
WebGL is a set of tools that allows you to create more complex and richer graphical experiences than HTML 5 games, especially through the use of 3D. Although the graphics are much more advanced, this method requires a dedicated web page and is often too greedy for a mobile version. For the European Union, we have created Cultural Heritage Detective, a serious educational game to promote European cultural heritage. This is a WebGL quiz that you can discover here.
More sophisticated andcomplete, desktop games that require an installation offer a longer game experienceto users. In addition to the sometimes much more sophisticated graphics, thereare also complex mechanisms and a more advanced gameplay.
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