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Code Combat: Free Opensource Multiplayer Programming Lessons.

Anonymous Coward writes | about 6 months ago

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An anonymous reader writes "Looking for something todo this weekend?

Code Combat recently released the first of there multi player levels on the general public.
Enabling users to learn JavaScript it a fun game structured way. Tons of levels teach the basics of programming and JavaScript as users learn to code the AI sending humans against Orc's, from simple single player movement problems all the way to complex multiplayer Warcraft styled battles featuring multiple troop types and heroes.

Best of all. the entire project is up on Github (MIT license) and welcomes new submissions."

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