Games are among the coolest projects you can create because they are fun and can be addictive for the end-users. In this article I have compiled some of my favorites, so you can get some inspiration for your future creations.
Creative game projects are usually valued higher by recruiters too since they demonstrate your proficiency with HTML for the structure, CSS for the design, and JS for the functionality.
For each project, I will provide a direct link, an interactive preview so you can get an initial impression on the fly as well as the author links, so you can explore more of their work, too.
1. Keyboard Hero
By: Caleb Miller
3. AI Chess
By: Jake Albaugh
4. Tilting Maze
5. The Cube
By: Greg Hovanesyan
7. Valorous Rabbit
By: Karim Maaloul
8. CSS Crossword
By: Adrian Roworth
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Top comments (16)
Great post. Thanks for sharing those addictive games built only with HTML, CSS, and JS. It's incredible to see how far web development has come and how much we can do with these three languages. I've been looking for new games to play, and it's great to see many options built with these languages. I've been particularly interested in online casino games recently. I came across a website called onlinecasinosnz.nz/ best online casinos that offer a vast selection of games. I've been really enjoying it, and you'll like it too, if you're into online casino games. Thanks again for sharing those HTML, CSS, and JS games, and keep up the great work!
Really nice ❤️.
Thanks for the thread.
I wonder if my game makes it to the list
My pleasure to share with you 👍💯✨
Whoa these look really fun!
Indeed they are! 👍💯
Glad you liked 😉
These are amazing! CSS crossword is particularly wicked :)
Loved it too, thanks a lot ✨👍
You're a good guy bro you remind me of the plan I had to build a game
Happy to spark some inspiration ✨💯
Thank you so much!
Thanks a lot, Maxim! 👍💯✨
A poker card in a programming language sounds cool. If it helps to figure out which of the poker hands will win, that would be great.