10 Websites to Learn JavaScript by Playing Game

10 Websites to Learn JavaScript by Playing Game

Discover ways to learn and have fun at the same time

Nov 3, 2021ยท

2 min read

Yesterday I wrote a blog about understanding the basics of JavaScript to make learning easier.

A popular quote from Phil.

If you're learning a new instrument, have fun - Phil Ehart

Having fun and learning is highly recommended, what's more, learning is important, we love fun.

Thus, I have gathered 10 Websites you can start using today to learn JavaScript by playing games.

These games are not arranged in any order and there are also other great ones not mentioned here.

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Code Combat


Innovative game-based learning to transform the way students learn to code.



Experimental educational programming environment. Learn Javascript and create your own dares

Codin Game


CodinGame is a challenge-based gaming platform for programmers to increase coding skills level with fun exercises.

Elevator Saga


Full-length mirrors at the entrance of the game, Elevator Saga programming game is a game where you get to schedule elevator movements. It isn't easy but it's fun.



Love robotics? Play JSRobots, it let's you control a robot to collect coins while avoiding obstacles to reach the flag at the end of each level.



Codemoji is an engaging game that helps teachers guide students through learning HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.



CodeMonkey is a fun and interactive learning platform for kids to learn how to code.



Coding games for beginners and advanced programmers to improve your coding skills by solving engaging challenges.



Untrusted is a user JavaScript adventure game where you have to modify parts of its JavaScript code in order to advance. Basic JavaScript knowledge required.



Open-source game for programmers, program your units to control your colony by writing JavaScript.

That will be all.

Hopefully you'll find this blog helpful as you learn to code more easily, and to know that there's a lot more to coding than write codes.

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