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JavaScript + HTML5 GameDev Tutorial: 8-Ball Pool Game (part 1)



Learn to build an 8-ball pool game from scratch with HTML5 and Javascript. Part one of a three part series.

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42 Comments
  1. YUVI_1303 2 months ago
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    want a multiplayer 8 ball pool script with customization. let me know if u would be interested to work on it.

  2. Htet mintun 2 months ago
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    many thank sir

  3. anil gr 2 months ago
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    Why can't u just minus origin.x from position.x instead of save, translate n all stuff.

  4. Nick Snell 2 months ago
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    my pool table image isnt displaying when i refresh

  5. Qazi Sohail 2 months ago
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    how we can download assets folder

  6. Orhan The Ghazi 2 months ago
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    This lesson is awesome !
    Begginers lessons Didnt shown various elements like this 😁
    İ dont aggre with that We should start with basics if you are familier to codes you can try to understand this maybe you would do

  7. Abdullah Hameed 2 months ago
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    Which is the key to push ball?

  8. Srinu Alla 2 months ago
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    hi how can I sell my JavaScript game

  9. Bxnk xXx 2 months ago
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    can you help me with gameplay

  10. SAADM4922 VLOGS#1 2 months ago
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    can i have the html code

  11. Harison 777 2 months ago
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    at 21:25

    for this code: <script>

    loadAssets(PoolGame.start);

    </script>

    I'm getting this error code: Uncaught ReferenceError: loadAssets is not defined
    at index.html:20

    Anyone can help?
    Discord= harison#1337

  12. Ikbal hossain 2 months ago
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    Hi, can u build a 8 ball pool game for me

  13. Ikbal hossain 2 months ago
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    Hi, can u build a 8 ball pool game for me

  14. TuftsJr1 2 months ago
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    My stick rotates towards the cursor, but it doesn't pivot around the ball. What am I doing wrong?

  15. aman 2 months ago
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    Somebody plz help me to find the assets folders

  16. Maksymilian K 2 months ago
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    I don't see the point of creating the entire class for Canvas2D, since
    document.quarrySelector("screen").getContext("2d") already has the reference to the html <canvas> element and is itself a context with all the function to draw on canvas.

  17. TakiDDine boufedeche 2 months ago
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    part 2 please <3

  18. Khaled Al Khder 2 months ago
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    hi, i have a question,

    i'm doing a Demo Quiz with javaScript, but i stuck in one place i don't know what to do.

    i made just 3 questions and i made all the functions and everything works very well, BUT i want to add to each question a value, for example, the first question = 5 the second = 2 the third = 8 etc.

    now my problem is that i couldn't do that, i want every time the user clicks on the correct answer he will get the value of the question if it's correct then he will get +5 if not he will get -5 (for example).

    in the end, he will has the scour of the correct questions and anther scour of the Wrong answers.

    i feel i tried every thing and i couldn't do it!

    thank you in advance.

  19. John Chleborad 2 months ago
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    When's part II coming? Really anxious to see the finished product!

  20. Sameer Ahmed 2 months ago
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    Outstanding Tutorial. Guys Check out here the COMPLETE JAVASCRIPT COURSE WITH PROJECT: "TYPING TEST APP" INLCUDED:
    http://bestwaytolearnjavascript.blogspot.com/2018/05/best-way-to-learn-javascript-for-beginners.html

  21. Daniel Gee 2 months ago
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    stolen video

  22. Sam 0 2 months ago
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    Great project, kind of hard for a beginner as i'm unfamiliar with a bunch of terms used here. It follows the "just copy me and i'll explain later" pattern of a lot of tutorials, which for me don't really work as well as explaining everything thoroughly as it is being done. Great initiative however, looking forward to part 2.

  23. herbert kavuma 2 months ago
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    Thks waiting for part two

  24. Tab Gre 2 months ago
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    Thanks for this great project. That's help me lots. And when will you update the Part2. 🙂

  25. Rakim Singh Verma 2 months ago
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    When will the second part likely be available? 🙂 I love this project!

  26. Kevin Jones 2 months ago
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    Thanks for the project! I'm about 22 minutes in, I tried opening the file in my browser but I get an error message that "callback" is not a function (assets.js, line 9). Anyone know what the issue is here?

  27. John Chleborad 2 months ago
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    This is really helping me to learn JS, thank you for the detail in describing how each line of code effects the game! Awesome job!

  28. PET SHOP TRADING 2 months ago
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    Looking forward to go on with part two. Great way to teach. Thank you

  29. Abhishek Kumar 2 months ago
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    Thank u for this awesome video

  30. gibson76 2 months ago
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    Has this project gotten anyone a job yet?

  31. Leo Chang 2 months ago
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    Excellent!

  32. Kossi Séyram DOLA 2 months ago
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    Thanks you for this, Nice one

  33. Caiga Records 2 months ago
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    Wahaha, amazing! Thanks very much 🙂 It really show that the possibilities are endless!

  34. Jorge Luis Rangel García 2 months ago
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    I'm not sure if changes at 22:49 are the best way to handle it. I looked for this part of the code on your repo but couldn't find it. I wanted to run multiple game at the same time to learn about NEAT (Neural networks stuff for the once who haven't heard of it). With your approach I won't be able to have simultaneous games because those functions will work on the PoolGame variable always instead of working on their specific Game object. Do anybody knows how to correct this?

  35. Shubham Singh 2 months ago
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    this is awesome…

  36. dapkman 2 months ago
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    great video, thanks

  37. Chen Shmilovich 2 months ago
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    Thank you freeCodeCamp for sharing my tutorial!
    Hope you all like it.
    I upload videos on a weekly basis to my channel, feel free to follow.
    If you have any questions, please do not hesitate and leave a comment. 🙂

  38. revisualize 2 months ago
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    Cool little project. The game (even on easy) is quite challenging.

  39. Varun Jha 2 months ago
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    Great Project Waiting for part 2.

  40. Marat Mambetov 2 months ago
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    great. thanks for the video.
    waitng for the part 2

  41. Wira Andhika 2 months ago
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    this is great project! thanks for this!
    stay awesome man!

  42. Kaleb Juliu 2 months ago
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    Nice another project to work on,Nice upload!

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