Brick breaker in JavaScript with source code

Brick breaker in JavaScript with source code


Brick breaker is a web-based game project. It is coded in HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript. The project is easy to use and implement.

Brick breaker game requires web browser to execute. It uses HTML to run on web. JavaScript is useful for making it functional. CSS for styling the project. This project does not use any 2d sprites or objects. All the work is done using JavaScript. This is a cool project. Brick breaker game is often played in old mobiles. It is a classic video game. The logic of the game is breaking the brick using a ball.

Make sure that the ball does not hit the ground. It is a beginner project. You must create a canvas in html and add links to your html file. Well canvas is an html element for drawing graphic. So canvas is useful in building this game. The game has ball as shooter and a rectangle box on bottom as player. You can see the output below.

brick breaker

Further brick breaker

The game has ball as shooter and a rectangle box on bottom as player. There are several bricks on the top. The rectangle box must touch moving ball to target the rick. Whenever the ball touches the brick the player gets a score. The player has three lives. Player must touch the rectangle box. Otherwise the player will die or game will be over. If you be able to destroy all the bricks you win the game.

The top left part of canvas shows the score. Also the top right corner indicates the life. You can use both mouse and keyboard button for making player’s movement. The movement is left to right and right to left. This project is very effective in learning. It is a useful game. This project will be fruitful for beginners and professional to enhance their skills. Download the project and use the code by yourself.

How to use this project?

  • Download the project.
  • Get the code.
  • Set up Editor or IDE(vs code, atom).
  • Open the project.
  • Execute the code on the browser(chrome, Firefox, brave).
  • Play the game.
  • Enjoy!

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