By SC.sagar. Wednesday, March 23, 2011 3:48:29 PM
Opera Widgets team have recently reactivated 3 classic games. Bring back old memories and try to reach new high scores with these awesome widgets.
Old school Pipe Mania game reactivated! Just don't let the water spill.
Destroy all the bricks with your ball.
Play this classic game with the computer or another person.
If these don't satisfy your casual gaming hunger, check out the Opera Widgets fun and games category where there are over 300 other free games to enjoy.
By SC.sagar. Tuesday, January 4, 2011 12:07:53 PM
Sark7's game widget Ninja Ropes Extreme
is close to achieving 300,000 downloads
! This game is so awesome that Jed Whedon, Neil Patrick Harris and Nathan Fillion sung a ballad
about the game's extreme version for mobile phones.
The same author has released two more of his fantastic games as Opera Wigdets -
My personal best score for Mass Defense is a sad 482. Any challengers!?
By SC.sagar. Thursday, October 14, 2010 8:57:55 PM
The goal is simple: avoid the red dots!
Test and improve your intuition.
Remake of classic puzzle game Blockout (3D Tetris)
Asteroids Game with retro styled graphics and modern style power ups!
Exlode as many balls as possible to get a topscore!
Defend your small base from the onslaught of falling asteroids.
Think you can do better?
Submit your HTML5 widgets today! Visit Dev Opera to learn how to make widgets.
By SC.sagar. Friday, July 23, 2010 1:18:50 PM
We've got the perfect solution. Try beating top scores in some of these games, and say good bye to your weekend, or at least some of it.
Think you can do better?
If you think you have what it takes to make this widget even better, available in other platforms or localized to your country, submit your improved version of this Widget and collect your reward!
By Brian J.brianj. Thursday, April 13, 2006 10:19:32 PM
We have our little home setup here at The Gathering - a cozy little area with couches and some sweet demo machines (with PCs running widgets, presentations and a few cool devices). Chaotic sounds of thumping techno music and Counter Strike "Bomb defused" are all over - then here's our booth blaring Opera music.
We've had a lot of really bright and curious people come by interested in prizes, the Opera Browser, jobs at Opera, widgets, standards and just about anything else. Many of the people we've been talking to were the same that showed up to Chaals' presentation on Web standards.
Far away from the chaos downstairs, the auditorium was a nice break. Chaals was able to give his presentation on the importance of Web standards, his involvement with a number of organizations and how important accessibility is (and will continue to be) to the Web. He offered up a number of great examples of uses and even a few "far fetched" ones just to make sure everyone was paying attention. Afterwards, there were a bunch of questions covering a bunch of different topics. How long till it's released? Why does Opera do this?
And as abruptly as this nice little escape began, we're now back in our booth in the midst of this techno / Opera / videogame chaos. Technology is great, aint it?