That's right! I am using the old design of my website as an example. I always loved it. It uses jQuery and some custom drawn graphics to create a video game interface to display my portfolio of work.
It does use a fixed screen size, opens with a loading screen and doesn't implement touch events which are no-nos in today's world of mobile-first web experiences. But if you have a little patience and a decent screen size and a keyboard, I think it is pretty amazing.
Upon descending you are presented with a list of work that you can navigate through using the left and right arrows. When you click on any of the examples a pop-up interface shows a larger image. The entire time the application keeps score.
Unfortunately, I was a little bit of a tease. While the application asks you to help find the rabbit's missing foot that part of the game was never implemented. I never got around to that. Sorry! The site was more or less an experiment in how far I could push jQuery.