I’ve been tinkering with the fabulous ImpactJS game engine lately, and having an absolute blast. The man behind it, Dominic Szablewski, is a great guy, and he’s done a terrific job with Impact. My latest creation with it is Pipewalk, a puzzle/board game where you attempt to supply green ooze to a board full of pipes by rotating them until they are all connected. Its actually a take on a common linux game called Netwalk. It uses canvas, so it’ll only work if you’re using a browser which supports it. Other than Impact, I also used jQuery/jQuery UI and the excellent Absolution jQuery UI theme by Michael Vanderheeren, as well as Uniform for styling form elements.
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Source: Shadow animation jQuery-plugin.
I think most of us have written at least one jQuery Plugin / Script. In this post,Latent Motion would like to show us how to get the most out of that script by also releasing it as a jQuery Bookmarklet. You will find two examples of utilities that are ripe for bookmarkleting, as well as a prepared jQuery Bookmarklet file that you can easily modify for the purpose.