Google’s latest Chrome Experiment aims to make playing a computer game more like playing on a console in front of the TV. The company announced the Chrome Super Sync Sports game this morning. Once you get it all set up, you’ll be able to use your smartphone or tablet as a game controller and watch the action unfold on your computer screen.
This afternoon a game came to my attention that just may be the best thing on the Internet—Kanye Zone, an interactive web experience that invites you to “keep Kanye out of his zone.”
Remember that old game, labyrinth, where you guided a marble through a wooden maze by tilting the game itself? How about the old Marble Madness Nintendo game? I was a big fan of both, and that’s why it’s a treat to see Google releasing a cool new web game called Cube that uses Google Maps to create a similar game using real maps. The game is a bit of a peacocking, meant to show the acuity of their upgraded Google Maps, but is pretty fun to play.
Earlier today YouTube announced YouTube Slam—a brand new video discovery experiment that pins videos head-to-head, two at a time, and asks viewers to vote on which video they would rather watch.
Monopoly fans rejoice! A new gaming app turns your city into a giant Monopoly board. Foursquaropoloy uses Foursquare to make you the game piece and your city the board!
A campaign for the fifth season of Primeval features a sick YouTube breakout game that lets you shoot at dinosaurs as they break out of the YouTube video page and come running towards you.
“Baby monkey! Baby monkey! Ridin’ on a pig…baby monkey.” The hilariously literal hit viral song by Parry Gripp, which features a baby monkey riding backwards on a pig has racked up over 9 million YouTube views and now it’s got its very own $0.99 iOS game, aptly named Baby Monkey (going backwards on a pig).
Saved By The Bell fans, get ready to flip out because an awesome new interactive game has just hit YouTube, starring your favorite 90s crew—Zack, Jessie, Kelly, Screech and Slater.
Today leading online video entertainment site Dailymotion launched a fun new social video game feature called DailyQuizz. The launch comes just in time for Valentine’s Day, with four love-themed interactive video quizzes. Test your knowledge on a variety of romantic subjects from famous couples to love songs, romantic movies and TV romances.
Poking is so last year. IncrediLand lets you take things to the next level and actually breed with your Facebook friends. That’s right – we said breed with your Facebook friends.