This is an implementation of a web-based electronic Chinese chess board written in Java. A number of customizable parameters are available, including main panel / button / line / border colors, cell size, border width, background image, and audio files.
A funny entertainment applet which measures how much of a stud or babe one is or how much a couple is meant to be together, based on their name.
The results and skin are configurable. Results should not be taken seriously.
AScratchNWin! allows you to easily and effectively add scratch and win capabilities to your website. Features professional lookings scratch tickets, and you can also use it like a mini-casino. The evaluation version lets you specify a % chance of winning. The full version includes a construction kit for the look and feel of the scratch and win, hidden image files, sound fx, ability to use an image (such as a coin) for scratching, doubleclick URL redirection versus mouseup redirection, linking to another URL if they win, encryption for percent parameters, and unique URL generation. Optional 'scratch off percentage of ticket' feature now available.
This is a fun Black Jack card game. Whoever gets 21 points wins the game. Multiple Winners split the credit at tie games. There are several customizable features, including player images, background, audio file, etc.
Boulderdash is a fun game where you solve levels by grabbing diamonds and avoiding falling rocks. Watch out for the scary creatures as well! This Java version allows you to create your own levels and images. <b>latest update:</b> overlap bug has been fixed.
Falling Stars is a game applet to shoot down the stars before they hit the earth. The klingons have increased the gravity of the planet earth. You're the captain of the Enterprise and can't lift off. Stars are raining down causing terror and destruction. Your mission is to shoot down as many stars and keep alive. Ok so live long and prosper. The game may be distributed for free in unchanged form. This game is also available as native Windows *.exe file on its homepage.