📝 Challenge Brief: Build a Browser-Based Memory Match Game
Your task is to build a Memory Match Game. The game involves flipping cards to find pairs of matching images. It's a fun way to get hands-on with coding while creating something interactive and engaging.
Your game should allow users to:
- Start a new game
- Click on cards to flip them over
- Match pairs of cards based on the images
- Keep track of the number of attempts
- Display a message when all pairs are matched
- Include a timer to challenge users to beat their previous times
- Reset the game to play again
- View the game interface optimally on different devices (responsive design)
- Interact with all game elements using a keyboard
- Bonus: Incorporate sound effects for flipping cards and matching pairs
- Starter HTML file with basic game layout
- CSS file with a basic design system (colors, fonts, etc.)
- A set of images for the memory cards
- A README file to guide you through the setup
💡 Ideas to Challenge Yourself
- Implement different difficulty levels (e.g., more cards for higher difficulty)
- Include a leaderboard to save high scores
- Use CSS animations for flipping cards and winning the game
- Create a theme-switcher to toggle between light and dark modes
- Enhance the game by adding a backend to store high scores and player stats
Support and Community
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How to Share Your Project
Once you've completed the challenge, showcase your work! Share your project on social media using #BournecodersChallenge and tag us. We love seeing your creativity and progress!
Good luck, and happy coding!