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Anthony Rice
Anthony Rice
7,976 Points

Flexbox Froggy

I was wondering if anyone had any recommendations for games/activities similar to Flexbox Froggy (http://flexboxfroggy.com/) that can be used to help better understand a topic (i.e. HTML, CSS, Javascript, etc.).

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
216,121 Points

There's Flexbox Defense, similar but not as cute as the froggy, and CSS Diner, which is still under development. For HTML there is Erase All Kittens (targeted for a very young audience), and Code Combat for Javascript and Python.

And if you're interested in learning the Vim editor, there's Vim Adventures.

Anthony Rice
Anthony Rice
7,976 Points

Oh wow. This is exactly what I was looking for! I remember CSS Diner was introduced in the class "CSS Selectors". Thanks!