Tom's Guide: 20 HTML5 Games to Pass the Time

Thanks to the web, it's easier than ever to procrastinate or pass the time while we're bored. Among one of the most enjoyable ways to do this is by playing fun, simple games that require little in the way of thought, concentration or commitment. The best part? There are tons of these games available inside your browser -- no need to download any of them! With HTML5 growing in popularity as Flash starts to fade, the Tom's Guide team has put together a round-up of some of their favorite HTML5 games. Check out '20 HTML5 Games to Pass the Time' for the full run-down.

HTML5 is fertile ground for professional and amateur game designers with the new platform quickly catching up to the ubiquity of Flash-based browser gaming. Here are a few fun HTML5 games to while away the time when you need to take a break.20 HTML5 Games to Pass the Time

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  • _Cosmin_
    Classical for Jane allready: put a link to other posts.... hope you get fired very soon, THIS IS NOT NEWS JANE (its just a spam who advertise other sites - sure are toms sites but really i don`t care: it is not funny to click a link only to find another link to the so called news)!
  • Khimera2000
    I was expecting an article, not a link... Not cool.

    Not even written by Jane McEntegart, is written by John Corpuz, pointing to a sight on the Toms network, reallllly not cool.

    No new information was given, is a copy paiste job, I get F's for doing this in class... if not kicked out of school, how is it accepable here?
  • nodeffect
    Yo dawg, we heard you like link, so we put a link inside the link so you could click the link while inside the link...
  • What a waist of time, next time just put a 301 redirect.
    Does this even count as an article, are you getting low on ideas?