For the above: inspiration; Go source; flash version. Want 8 gophers? JS; flash. ...or rewritten for GopherJS? The Go gopher was designed by Renee French. The design is licensed under the Creative Commons 3.0 Attributions license. For more details: http://blog.golang.org/gopher
TARDIS Go transpiler (development paused)
The objective of the project is to save time and energy by enabling the same client-side Go code to be deployed on a very wide range of platforms.
The project works, with 90 go1.4 standard packages passing their tests, although it is not yet production-ready.
The project was featured on the official Go blog - Go talks at FOSDEM 2014.
Interactive mouse-tracking example: plays a sound when you put the gopher in the box (except on Safari or IE).
Nudity Detection: A Go library called from Haxe.
Gophers on iOS