Rolling out New Browser-Based Online Games, on rollApp
The goal of rollApp is to help people be more productive using a web browser, no matter what hardware they are running.
Surprisingly, during Fall 2013, we’ve received many new requests, especially from the growing number of Chromebook users, to update our cloud-based Game Collection. You’ve asked, we’ve listened. Starting today, in addition to popular and well-recommended games like Mahjongg, GLines, Gweled, and Tanglet, you can play three more games right in your browser.
The origins of Hangman are obscure, but it seems to have arisen in Victorian times. In the game, the player should guess a word letter by letter. At each miss, the picture of a hangman appears. After 10 tries, if the word is not guessed, the game is over and the answer is displayed.
Mastermind is a code-breaking game for two players. The goal of this game is to break a hidden color code following the hints that the game gives us.
Tali is a sort of poker with dice and less money. You roll five dice three times and try to create the best hand. Your two re-rolls may include any or all of your dice.
Want to see more games? Let us know!