Friday, May 20, 2016

Algorithm

Here is a game for people who like number and maths puzzle games.

It's simple, just click on the right tiles to complete the formula, but you have to do it within a time limit.

Play the game for fun or to sharpen your number skills.

Play it on your mobile of desktop here: http://www.flashbynight.com/algorithm/





Friday, May 6, 2016

Rabbip App

Rabbip is now available as an Android App.

Click here to get it from the Google Play Store:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.flashbynight.rabbip
Or click here for the browser version:

www.flashbynight.com/rabbip




Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Audio Quizzes

I recently had a request from a user to add audio files to my HTML5 picture quiz and another request to add audio to my HTML5 fill-in-the-blank quiz.

I'll make these available here:

http://flashbynight.com/dl/pixaudio.zip

http://flashbynight.com/dl/blankaudio.zip

The original tutorials can be found here:

http://flashbynight.com/tutes


Monday, April 11, 2016

Rabbip

Here's a new word game on FlashByNight:

Rabbip is a game of chance and skill. You need to guess a seven-letter word, given two of the letters. For each guess, you can click on one of two options. Simple! It's easy to learn, fun and challenging. It gets harder as you complete levels with a shorter timer and harder words.

Rabbip works on smartphones as well as laptops or desktops.

Play it here: http://flashbynight.com/rabbip/



Sunday, March 20, 2016

Have Many Rabbits

Have Many Rabbits is a puzzle game for people who like slightly difficult puzzle games. Rubik's Cube type of folks.

The concept is simple: get all of the bunnies in their holes at the same time. It starts off easy but gets harder in the later levels.

You could probably work through all 30 levels in one to two hours.

flashbynight.com/havemanyrabbits



Friday, March 11, 2016

Today I Learned: Keyboards have bumps on the F and J keys to help touch-typers.

It's amazing the things you never notice.

I've been using computer keyboards for years and I never noticed that the F and J keys have little raised bumps on them.

This is to assist people who touch type - your index fingers should be at rest on these keys.