How I Learned to Code My Own Game

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This month, I learned to code my own game from scratch! I used Javascript and the P5 library to learn to code a browser based game.

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35 thoughts on “How I Learned to Code My Own Game

  1. This is old news, but I recommend Code Bullet, he does a bunch of coding stuff. He does swear so if you don't like swears then that's a heads up

  2. Funily enough, I'm at the point in my life where I want to learn other things like coding an app or website and so this is perfect right now

  3. This video is very ironic for me because i've tried to learn coding for nearly a year now (ever since i've saw this video) and this guy learns how to code his own game within just a month(s)

  4. I would just like to tell everyone that if you are a beginner and want to get into coding, Codecademy is the best and most interactive way to learn. I started using the p5 system but it didn't work nearly as well as Codecademy and took a lot longer to learn.

  5. Thank you for talking about what you use to learn ( My computer was cheap so it is really hard to download stuff)

  6. I play your game,but I think I got a easter eggs it.
    It's a volume bars,if you remove circle,it shout louder than you think.
    The better you shout the better you break.

  7. me: this math stuff will never be useful for coding.
    Mike Boyd: i still have my trick down, thank you
    also me: ok so I'm learning this in a Hamilton voice

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