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JavaScript / jQuery GameDev Tutorial: Catch the Eggs



This tutorial shows how to code a “Catch the Eggs” game using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and jQuery.

🔗Live demo : https://arshadasgar.github.io/eggs
💻Github: https://github.com/arshadasgar/arshadasgar.github.io/tree/master/eggs

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This Post Has 10 Comments

  1. aniket nagapure

    Awsome !!
    here is the code that stops the negative value for score (-1). correct me if m wrong.
    function degrement_life(){
    life–;
    life_span.text(life);
    if(life < 0) {
    life_span.text('0');
    }
    }

  2. Tan

    jquery in 2018?!!

  3. usardor

    This is not tutorial. Tutorial shows how to code from scratch. This video only shows pre written code.

  4. Ratko Korlevski

    How did you make the first wave to drop one egg not all together all in one line >?

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