Tap Tap Tap

Open source tapping game built with Javascript

After 6 months of hard work applying everything I’ve learned in Javascript, I present to you this simple game that works perfectly on both mobile phones and desktop browsers. And of course, I’m sharing the source code with everyone hoping it’d help someone learn more Javascript.

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8 Reviews5.0/5
The timeline is brilliant! Love it :)

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Pros:

fun, easy & addictive

Cons:

none.

Game is fun and love the marketing site.
This is fun.
Cool and simple concept. I like the design a lot, the animations and sounds are really well made! 🙌 I give it 10/10 taps. What’s even crazier is that you made the game with the DOM API. Big respect for making it so sleek. You could try http://phaser.io/ for your next game, though. It will make stuff a lot easier! 👍
@hristiyandodov Oh wow! Phaser looks awesome! It would've definitely made things way easier for me, but I had a few goals I wanted to hit with that game that I couldn't achieve with a framework: - Learn pure JS - Make sure my code performs very well on mobile devices - Learn better CSS Animation But again, thank you Hristiyan for sharing Phase with me, I never heard of it before, will definitely give it a shot in the future if I decided to make another fun game 🕹
@mahdif Well, you’ve definitely learned JS and CSS animations by the looks of it. 😋 I’ve used Phaser on several games with various levels of complexity and it always does the job very well. You can make mobile games too! I’ve hunted some of the games on PH, you can check them at my profile. The stable version of Phaser is 2.10 and is maintained by the community while the actual Phaser devs are working on Phaser 3 that will be released very soon (I think somewhere in February) and it’s going to kick ass! 💥 There is a Phaser Slack group (I’m in it) and I highly recommend you join in as well. If you’re into web games, you wouldn’t want to miss out! 🙌