Hello,buddies! In here, I will represent you some Game Widgets to add in your blog! Wait, Is today a special day??
Happy One Month Anniversary!
Yes, Today is the day I started blogging on Hashnode one month ago! Thank you all for the support! And also wish me a Happy One Month Anniversary!
How Widgets Improve Your Blog?
Widgets, or web widgets, are small programs that you can put on your website or blog. Widgets have many benefits to your website. They can be used to track visitors, to display advertising, syndicate your RSS feed, or just to provide a fun, interactive experience for your readers and keep them coming back. Game widgets can be used to provide fun, so reader will come back to your blog!
Magic 8 Ball
The Magic 8-Ball is a plastic sphere, made to look like an eight-ball, that is used for fortune-telling or seeking advice. You all know how funny is that to get answers from Magic 8 ball. For all the scripts, go hereTo create a widget, Dashboard > Widget> Add New Widget. Here is the Magic 8 ball!
Everybody knows about snake game so I don't explain about it. It will be fun to play at a end of the post like a tutorial or guide, to stress out!
Press arrow keys to play
2048 is a single-player sliding tile puzzle video game. The objective of the game is to slide numbered tiles on a grid to combine them to create a tile with the number 2048; however, one can continue to play the game after reaching the goal, creating tiles with larger numbers. It is very fun and here you are!
The objective of the game is to arrange the tiles to make horizontal rows of tiles with no gaps. When a "filled" row is created, it will be deleted. Keep arranging tiles so that they never reach the top of the screen. If they reach the top, the game of Tetris is over! Everyone knows that is a cool game!
All of these are very fun and cool but personally I love Magic 8 ball and Snake game. They are very attractive and never feel like a waste of time. Most of the scripts have many lines so I decided to put them at below. Choose what you want a add it to the Blog! Hope this helps!
All the scripts can be found here - GitHub