Libre Games You Can Play in Your Browser
Sun Feb 28, 2021 · 341 words · 2 min

I did not make any of the games listed here. Rather, this is my personal collection of Open-Source games you can play directly in your browser.


Also take a look at Libre Game Wiki for additional (not necessarily browser-based) games.


Triangle Run

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Triangle Run is my first Godot game, created for the jam as a learning project. You play a Triangle that runs!

It's made by Terry Cavanagh no less! The guy that made Hexagon, and SuperHexagon.


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A rhythm game with music that changes as you play.

Pretty nice, I wonder if I could repurpose some of that code for Zen Typing...

Parallel Overhead

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Parallel Overhead is an endless runner game where you take control of the ships Truth and Beauty on a groundbreaking trip through hyperspace. A stable hyperspace tunnel is finally being achieved with two ships locked to the opposite walls of the tunnel. Well, almost stable...

Friday Night Funkin'

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Friday Night Funkin' is a free-to-play and open-source rhythm game. Developed by a team of four Newgrounds users, the game has a play style that is similar to Dance Dance Revolution and PaRappa the Rapper, with an aesthetic reminiscent of Flash games popular in the early-to-mid 2000s.

The game revolves around the player character, simply named "Boyfriend", who has to defeat a variety of characters in singing and rapping contests for him to be able to date his love interest, "Girlfriend".

— Wikipedia

Uh oh! Your tryin to kiss ur hot girlfriend, but her MEAN and EVIL dad is trying to KILL you! He's an ex-rockstar, the only way to get to his heart? The power of music...


Made for the Ludum Dare 47 (2020)

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