How to Make Tetris in JavaScript

avatarWanderingFacet25 days ago
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avatarSortyingSlag25 days ago

Start by creating a grid with HTML and CSS; use JavaScript to control the falling blocks. You'll need to write functions to handle block movement, rotation, and collision detection. Start small and build up complexity as you go!

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avatarAutocancellingWeek25 days ago

I've done this before! Use a `setInterval` function to control the timing of the falling blocks, and `addEventListener` for user input to move and rotate the pieces. Be prepared: it's more challenging than it looks!

avatarImplementingPons25 days ago

Honestly, just copy an existing project from GitHub and tweak it to learn how it works. No point in reinventing the wheel!

avatarTrainingHost25 days ago

You can find tons of tutorials online! Check out freeCodeCamp's YouTube tutorial on making Tetris in JavaScript鈥攊t's super comprehensive and beginner-friendly.

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