This is a bit cheeky as I've already posted this into the Steam Greenlight thread - but that thread is almost 30 pages or 'heated debate' so I'm guessing a lot of people won't be keeping-up with it?
So, anyway, in an effort to show that you can make voting games onto Steam a lot more interesting than Valve are doing, I created a very silly thing I'm calling the "Wobbly Tower Voting System" - with apologies to World of Goo - you can see it here
It's meant to be a bit of fun and also to show-off the clever things HTML5 allows us to do in the browser - that's a proper Box2D physics engine (as seen in a certain game involving birds!) we've got there although I'd been used for more impressive stuff I'm sure :)
I'd really like any and all feedback I can get on it - e.g. I'd like you all to be guinea pigs with your various browsers and platforms - you don't have to make a serious effort at voting for anything, you can just try to break it if you like (won't be too hard!)
Note: I'm not really expecting it to work on a smartphone or even a smaller tablet because, if for no other reason, there's a LOT of information going on there - but by all means give it a whirl and send me the error messages :)