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Coding Challenge #3: The Snake Game

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Coding Challenge #3: The Snake Game

In coding challenge, I attempt to code a p5.js version of the Snake Game.

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Coding Challenge #115: Snake Game Redux

Snake Game!?!? Again!? Now with the p5.js Web Editor!

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Live Stream #150: Coding for Total Beginners with p5.js + Snake Game Redux

Back to school! New beginner p5.js tutorials. Plus: Snake Game Revisited

35:44 - Coding for Beginners
1:12:12 - p5.js Web Editor
1:26:56 - Shapes & Drawing
1:59:45 - Color
2:21:26 - Errors & Console
2:30:02 - Code Comments
2:45:00 - Snake Game Redux

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🎥 p5.js Web Editor with Cassie Tarakajian:
🎥 Accessibility in the p5.js Web Editor with Mathura Govindarajan:
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Snake Game Python Tutorial

Learn to code a snake game using Python and Pygame.

This is suited for intermediate level programmers with some experience but anyone is welcome to follow along.

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Coding Challenge #91.3: Snakes & Ladders - Part 3

In this multi-part coding challenge, I attempt to create a simulation of the classic board game Snakes & Ladders (also known as Chutes and Ladders). In this third part, I add states in order to animate the player's movements and help me debug.

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Creating a Snake game with Python in under 5 minutes

A little challenge and fun video I did where I create a snake game using Python in under 5 minutes.

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Episode :- 2 The Snake game | JavaScript | Coding Challenge | Coding explained | Interview tasks |

Create your imagination with your coding skills. Stay tunned for more videos.
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Coding Challenge #123.1: Chaos Game Part 1

In this two-part coding challenge, I implement the Chaos Game in the p5.js web editor. This first video uses three seed points and results in the famous Sierpinski Triangle.

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Coding Snake Game Tutorial | JS and HTML5

in this tutorial, we're going to create the snake game we used to play on NOKIA mobile phones.

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Python Game Programming Tutorial: Snake Game Part 3

A simple snake game tutorial for beginners made using Python 3. Download the code here:

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JavaScript Snake Game Tutorial Using Functional Programming

Build a Snake Game in JavaScript using Functional Programming concepts. No libraries are used in this JavaScript tutorial.

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Coding Challenge #67: Pong!

In this challenge, I attempt (emphasis on the word attempt) to program the classic video game Pong in Processing (Java).

This also marks the return of the timer to help me keep track of time! Now I remember why I got rid of the timer in the first place, oops.

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Python Game Programming Tutorial: Snake Game Part 1

A simple snake game tutorial for beginners made using Python 3. Download the code here:

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Live Stream #32: Git and GitHub Tutorial and the Snake Game

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In this video, I try to code a p5.js version of the Snake Game in another instalment of the 10 Minute Coding Challenge. Then, it's the first two parts of my tutorial on Git and GitHub covering repositories, commits and branches.

9:37 - The Snake Game in p5.js
24:06 - Back from sound issues
39:00 - Debugging the code
1:09:00 - Picking up after debugging
1:20:00 - Prepping for Git and GitHub tutorial
1:35:56 - Part 1 of Git and GitHub tutorial: Introduction
1:55:49 - Part 2 of Git and GitHub tutorial: Branches

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Coding Challenge #94.1: 2048 - Part 1

In this multi-part coding challenge, I attempt to code the sliding puzzle game 2048 in JavaScript using canvas and p5.js. This first part focuses on the game mechanics.

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Episode :- 3 The Starfield in processing | JavaScript | Coding Challenge | Interview tasks

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Link of Episode 1 :- Purple Rain in processing


Link of Episode 2 :- Snake game


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Snake Game 30 Minute C++ coding challenge

I found a great video by Daniel Shiffman where he programs Snake in Javascript in 15 minutes. I decided to do the same thing with C++ and SDL. I gave myself 30 minutes due to extra overheads, and my lack of experience.

I would have loved to do a commentary but my parents were already in bed and it would have been too loud. Perhaps next time =D

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Coding a Snake Game in 5 mins with Javascript - Speed Coding

This is my attempt at coding a snake game in 5 mins with javascript. Speed coding is not something I do very often but the snake game is such a classic that I thought I would make a coding challenge out of it. This isn't really a tutorial about building a snake game but I maybe - if i'm lucky - you end up learning a little by the end of the video. Let's make a javascript snake game then shall we?

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Speed coding Snake Game in Processing

Programming the snake game in processing

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Coding Snake in Functional JavaScript (Part 3)

Let's build a Snake Game, in JavaScript, using Functional Programming concepts. With no libraries. Support this channel on Patreon:

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