Learn CSS by playing games

Learn CSS by playing Games | Code Architects

Learning CSS can be a frustrating experience sometimes. Here are some games that will assist you in mastering CSS. 😉

1. Flexbox Defense

Flexbox Defense | Learn CSS | Code Architects

Link: flexboxdefense.com

Tower defense with a twist: all towers must use CSS Flexbox to position themselves. To shift the towers about, use the justify-content attribute in the main flexbox container. There are 12 levels in total, with the last one being the most difficult.

2. Flexbox Froggy

Flexbox Froggy | Learn CSS | Code Architects

Link: flexboxfroggy.com

Flexbox froggy is about total flexbox properties. It uses most of flexbox properties(justify-content, align-content, flex-wrap, align-self ) unlike Flexbox Defense. There are 24 levels in total.

3. Grid Garden

Grid Garden | Code Architects

Link: cssgridgarden.com

A game to help you learn how to use CSS Grid Layout. There are a total of 28 levels in the game, ranging from beginner to difficult. To grow your garden, use various CSS grid attributes. It, like other games, features a fun interactive editor. This game will help you to learn CSS in a fun way.

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4. CSS Diner

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Link: flukeout.github.io/

CSS Diner is a fun and informative game for CSS enthusiasts of all levels. Core CSS topics are covered in the first level, which is followed by Intermediate CSS game levels.

5. CSS Battle

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LInk: cssbattle.dev/

The goal of this game is to code HTML and CSS in such a way that the supplied image is replicated. New tasks are added to the game on a regular basis. It also features a global ranking system.

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