6 Coding games in 2021 that every new programmer should play

Gamification in learning, according to True Education Partnerships, entails employing game-based aspects like point scoring, peer competition, teamwork, and score tables to increase student engagement, help them assimilate new information, and test their knowledge.So, we’ve compiled a list of 6 most interesting coding games to play in 2021.

When learning how to code, many novices can become overwhelmed. Learning through coding games, on the other hand, may be both entertaining and educational.

Gamification in learning, according to True Education Partnerships, entails employing game-based aspects like point scoring, peer competition, teamwork, and score tables to increase student engagement, help them assimilate new information, and test their knowledge.

So, we’ve compiled a list of 6 most interesting coding games to play in 2021. Let’s give it a shot:

1. CodinGame
CodinGame is a website that uses a turn-based game to help you improve your problem-solving skills and learn programming concepts. Players can practise, learn, and compete in coding contests on this platform, which supports over 25 different programming languages.

2. CSS Diner
CSS Diner is a game where you may learn the fundamentals of CSS by completing a series of 32 challenges. This is an excellent approach to become more acquainted with the language while also having fun learning it. The first few challenges are brief and concentrate on using classes and ids. Pseudo-selectors, First of Type Selector, Last of Type Selector, and the Universal Selector will be introduced as you move through the levels.

3. Flexbox Defense
Flexbox Defense is a tower defence game that will help you improve your CSS knowledge. Using CSS Flexbox, position the towers to keep your foes out. The definitions of the Flexbox attributes will be provided in the challenges. After you’ve finished writing your code, hit the Start Wave button to see if you were able to halt your opponents.

4. Flexbox Froggy
In Flexbox Froggy, you’ll learn CSS Flexbox by placing the frogs on the correct lillypads. By the time you finish level 24, you should be able to use Flexbox in your next project. Each task describes the Flexbox properties. The first few challenges are easy, but the challenges become more difficult as you progress through the game.

5. Grid Garden
Grid Garden has 28 stages to help you learn CSS Grid. A basic understanding of CSS Grid is recommended but not essential to get started with the game. The CSS Grid attributes are described in each challenge. The first few difficulties are simple, but as you go through the game, the challenges become more difficult.

6. CodeCombat
CodeCombat is suitable for both children and adults. You can sign up for a free account and study basic programming concepts including loops, functions, conditionals, and variables. You can start with one of the programming languages and work your way through the games.

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