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Guessing game with jQuery and howler.js

Speaking of Fullstack, we have a good bit of pre-course homework to do. One of the assignments is to create a guessing game based on a number of specifications given to us by the school.

Here’s my pass at creating the guessing game. You can actually play it. It is responsive and will work on pretty much any modern device.

The game runs using jQuery for the interactions and logic. Howler.js handles the sound. The responsive grid is Bootstrap.

This was a lot of fun to work on. I can imagine a number of ways to improve it, but there are other assignments waiting to be done.

If you play it, give it a few tries before giving up. It is surprisingly winnable. In fact, once you get the hang of it, you might find that you are winning it too often. In terms of learning curve, there will be a moment where the game goes from super hard to almost too easy. But you will need to play it a number of times before you start to see what it’s doing.

If you want a look under the hood, I have posted it to GitHub