Virtual Webcam Games

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Virtual Webcam Games
Webcams can be used to video-chat and play virtual games. (Jupiterimages/Photos.com/Getty Images)

Webcams are easily accessible, with many computers equipped with built-in webcams. These cameras can be used to film videos or to video-chat with friends and family. They can also be used to play a variety of different virtual webcam games that make use of body movement captured on the camera and serve as a source of exercise.

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Webcam Mania GamePack 2

Webcam Mania GamePack 2 is a virtual webcam game package consisting of a variety of mini-games that make use of the player's body movement. The games range from dodgeball to driving a boat and can be played by either one or two players. The game does not require download and can be played online. Adobe Flash Player 10 (see Resources) must be installed on your system to play this game.

VM Sort

VM Sort is an interactive virtual webcam game for children developed by the University of Amsterdam. The game requires the player to sort a variety of objects based on colour and shape using her fingers or any other body part. As the player advances through the different levels, the task becomes more complicated. The game is compatible with both Windows 2000 or XP and is available to download for free.

Good Shot

Good Shot is a basketball virtual webcam game. It makes use of the player's body movement on the camera to manipulate the ball to try to get it into the basket. Additionally, the game allows the user to customise the background of the screen and choose from a variety of different ball and basket sizes. The game can be played by either one player or two. The game is compatible with Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP and costs £11. A free trial version is also available for download.

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