Widget Category > Games
The widgets registered in Games are displayed in the order submitted.
Nine Lines Game Widget
A simple, but addictive game for your blog or website. Simple use the left and right arrow keys to avoid hitting the bars. Deceptively fun. The code is simple to find on the widget's web page under the widget.
Meta Ball Shooting Game Widget
Cool game for your blog. Use the arrow keys to move up, down, left, and right and the space bar to fight. Avoid and destroy the aliens!
Put a great game of poker on your blog. Code is simple to spot on the widget's website.
Challenge your typing skills with this game. As blocks with letters fall, type on the letter to destroy the block. Code is simple to spot on the widget's webpage.
[Puzzle It] Jigsaw Puzzle Widget
A neat website that allows you to make jigsaw puzzle widgets out of uploaded images. Even if you don't upload anything, you can choose from hundreds of existing jigsaw puzzles and easily get the code for the widget. Lots of anime/manga images. Click on one you like, and look for [貼り付けコード] near the bottom of the explanation. You'll see the code there.
Play a simple game of Breakout when you're bored. The game is part of an advertisement for a company called Lea-Lea. Code is simple to spot on the widget's website.
JUMPLAND : DRAGON RADAR GAME
This game is harder than it seems! Instructions are in several languages. Code is easy to find on the website and the widget is available in large and small. Good luck!
YAMAHA Racing Game
A fun motorcycle racing game for your blog. Instructions are in English. Start your engines!
10 Second Challenge
Here's a fun clock. Besides telling the time, this clock has a 10 second challenge. You press the black bar below the time, then click it again when [Start] appears to start the stopwatch. Then you want to click the button once you think exactly 10 seconds has passed. See how close you can get! Go to the widget's website for the code.
The goal is to turn off all the lights, and this is done by clicking on a block and the surrounding connected blocks will swing around. I couldn't do it... The code is easy to find on the widget's webpage.