Gamers have the mindset that they want to gamify everything. Why not gamify learning to code if you are a gamer and programmer 👀? There are numerous platforms for learning programming by creating games or playing games. So, in this article, I'm going to share eight platforms that I've tried and know.
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CodinGame was my favorite gaming-programming platform. You will fall in love with programming by doing the challenges, building games, multiplayer games, and a lot more.
- Supports all languages.
- Multiplayer games
- International contests
- Lots of games: Clash Of Code, Code Vs Zombies, Code Of The Rings, Power of Thor, and so on.
- and more...
If you're just starting with programming, I recommend trying out TwilioQuest. TwilioQuest is a 2D game in which you gain experience by completing quests.
- A nice soundtrack that drags your attention towards the game.
- Learn different tools and programming languages.
Battlesnake is a multiplayer snake game. This game will help you improve your skills in programming, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and data structures & algorithms. Create algorithms to help your snake grow and survive in the face of fierce competition.
- Multiplayer games
- Leagues and challenges - Never get bored
- Multiplayer game
- You can use libraries
- Programmable world
CryptoZombies is the best platform to master Solidity. Learn Solidity and smart contracts development by building your zombie army.
8. Flex Box adventure
Are you struggling to understand CSS Flexbox? Say no more. Flex Box adventure is a CSS game to learn Flexbox. By completing all 24 levels you will become the "Master of CSS Flexbox 🥷".
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Might wanna also check Bitburner
Wow! Nice game to get started with programming 💯.
This is a cool list. I never heard of codingame and battlesnake.
But, imho, you forget the best website: checkio.org
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Thanks for sharing!
Thank you for sharing. Never knew about this and look forward to giving them a shot.
Nice article! My favorite programming game is yare.io, but I didn't play any of games here and i will surely give them a try.
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