Head to head game with intense popup blocking!
Test your reflexes in this popup blocking game! Earn as many points as you can before you or your opponents window fills up with popups. Make sure to close the good popups by clicking the link and not the X. The faster you close the popup the more points you will get. If you close the popup improperly, you will lose points. When the game is over, you will lose points for any unclosed popups. The game ends when there are 20 unopened popups on either you or your opponent's screen. Player who ends the game will be penalized.
Note: application only tested in chrome. For best user experience, maximize your screen.
Requires 2 people! Sign in with Facebook to play. Click Start / Wait for opponent. Share the URL to the game if you want someone specific to join. For the good popups (popups with TBDevelopment in the description) click the link to close, all other popups click the X to close. Only tested in Chrome!
meteor with community packages: deanius:promise kadira:flow-router kadira:blaze-layout astrocoders:accounts-fb-hook sacha:spin fortawesome:fontawesome
buttons library - http://unicorn-ui.com/buttons/ Popup Window Style - http://codepen.io/tjoen/pen/Btkwm Game Music - http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?feels%5B%5D=suspenseful&page=0 Game sounds - https://www.freesound.org/people/fins/sounds/146725/
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Well outside of hosting the site, and hosting the database for the user login. It's in the real-time updates. You can see your opponents screen. Plus you can refresh the browser mid-game and it'll remember it, and share the URL and someone could spectate.
Without naming any names, there's a TON of entries that are simply webpages, with zero server integration.
bahmutov - Did you seriously just comment and vote based on a dislike of popups? That doesn't seem like the right way to judge an application. It's a game. It's meant to challenge you. Judge it based on the qualities that were built in. Don't bring your feelings into it. If the game was live and out in the real world, you wouldn't play it. That's cool. Don't bring that attitude into a judging position
We thought that's what made it funny! Haha