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Learning a language by playing games is super fun, and for some people, it's a great way to understand the impact of the language visually.
The cool thing about it is that you can use it as a multiplayer game, which is excellent as you can compete against your friends or coworkers.
It offers a free option for all core levels and can upgrade to unlock more.
Codewars is a cool concept where you have to solve puzzles by filling out the blanks. It's cool to discuss and see other people's solutions. This makes it the perfect place to learn and grow your skills.
JSDares is a super cool open-source game platform, so you get community-provided dares you have to solve.
They are small, so you can quickly do some in between or before starting your day.
The cool part is that it's massive and has infinite levels to play.
Crunchzilla is an excellent way for visual learners among us. It provides multiple levels of complexity where you can learn step by step.
I'd highly suggest this game to anyone wanting to visually understand the impact of specific code.
9. Elevator Saga
It has many levels and exceptional documentation and solutions described in detail. You can keep improving this great challenge to make it more efficient.
CheckIO is an excellent text-based game with some fantastic graphics for the level indicators.
It has a cool feature where you can see all solutions, moving from the most efficient to the most creative.
This helps you to learn about the solution and what you could do to optimize it.
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