March 13, 2016 8:23 pm

5 open source javascript games

JavaScript has been one of the most famous web client side languages for years. It’s usually used for adding effect and animations to 外汇交易平台 websites’ interfaces but it can do more and even games. Today we have 5 open-source games that are posted in public repositories by their developers on GitHub.

5 open source javascript games

Tetris

Tetris is a tile-matching puzzle video game. It’s almost 32 years old and has been played by different generations over years and had developed in a lot of languages for several gaming platforms. This JavaScript has menu, animation and FX, levels, high scores, touch support, music and sound FX.

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Pong

The first video game ever developed in the history of video games. Here is a JavaScript version of it.

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Snake

Of course, one of the mostly known games ever. You can download the javaScripted version of it from below.

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JavaScript Gauntlet

An HTML5 canvas game with dungeon style. It has nice gameplay and simple graphics.

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3d Racer

Actually, it’s not a 3D game but its developer preferred to call it like that. It’s an arcade game that matches the style of the 80s and early 90s racing games.

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Conclusion

The most beautiful thing about those games is that they are open-source. They are perfect for downloading and learning how to make a game in JavaScript and/or HTML5. For advanced programmers, you can build your own game based on the source code of one of these.

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Author Amr Abdou

A full-stack web developer, Linux enthusiast, freelance tech writer & open-source supporter. Loves finding quit corners in public places or cafes accompanied by his laptop to try changing the world from there. You can check his latest works at social-evolvea.com or follow him on facebook, twitter, Linkedin or Google+


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  • hiren mistry

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