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Great JavaScript Experiment Showcases on Chrome, Safari You're the fan of Flash media from Adobe? Because of its wonderful animations. Let check out this list of JavaScript experiments, maybe they will make you re-think about the awesome, wonderful animations; but not by Flash, by JavaScript only. These JavaScript experiments demonstrates the amazing capabilities of the modern browsers such as Google Chrome and Safari, but you can still enjoy them in the newest versions of other browsers. Some experiments may blow your mind: Depth of Field, Browser Ball, Sketchpad, JavaScript Wars, ... let check them out by yourself for enjoying.

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The following JavaScript experiments demonstrates the amazing capabilities of the modern browsers such as Chrome and Safari. In this post I will showcase to you an array of experiments that will surely blows your mind off.

Most of the following runs best in Chrome or Safari.

1. Twitch

TWITCH is a series of minimal games within small Chrome windows. How fast can you solve them all? Each game only responds to clicking; mouse position and keyboard are ignored.

Can you stay on the perilous belt? Can you accurately aim the booming cannon? Can you navigate through the electric pyramids? Can you solve the eerie labyrinth?

See it in action and enjoy

2. Browser Ball

Browser Ball attempts, with only moderate success, to allow the configuration of a seemingly endless array of continuous spaces using multiple overlapping browser windows. Within this multivariate space, users are invited to toss a beach ball both hither and yon.

Toss it!

3. Ball Pool

Start by shaking the browser, then create new balls (click on empty space), move some others (drag) and reset the screen (double click).

See it in action

4. Google Gravity

"Everything that goes up must come down. But there comes a time when not everything that's down can come up."

This applies in the Google main page. Play with the elements and try to search on anything. It's fun.

See it in action

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