You can easily reference these resources for guidance if you encounter any problems. So, let’s not waste any more time and dive right into the game list!
1. Memory Card Game
2. Typing Speed Test Game
You may have tested your typing speed on different typing speed test websites. In this game, users have 60 seconds to type as many characters as possible and can check their WPM, CPM, accuracy, and more. Users can even erase their incorrect characters or go back using the backspace key.
3. Quiz Game with Timer
4. Word Scramble Game
Word scramble is an easy word game you can create as a beginner. In this game, players must unscramble a set of letters to form a word within a given time limit of 30 seconds. And to make the game a little easier, users also get a hint about the word they are trying to guess.
5. Tic Tac Toe Game
It can be a fun way to learn and apply these fundamental concepts while also improving your understanding of game development.
6. Word Guessing Game
Word guessing is the second-word game on this list that you can create as a beginner. In this game, the user has to guess all the letters of a randomly generated word within a specified number of tries. The game provides hints to help make the guessing process easier.
7. Classic Snake Game
What makes this game even more exciting is that users can play it on a PC using keyboard arrow keys or on a mobile device using touch-based arrow buttons.
Creating a snake game helps you improve problem-solving skills and logical thinking. You’ll also gain a deep understanding of programming concepts like loops, arrays, conditional statements, DOM manipulation, and game loops.
Conclusion and Final Words
Choose a game that interests you and get ready to code. I recommended that you try creating these projects on your own rather than simply copying the source code. So, you’ll gain hands-on experience with essential programming concepts that can help you develop a strong foundation for future projects.