What about its friend, HTML? Can HTML be used to make games? Affirmative. HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), has and is being used to create games all the time. HTML uses basic coding and language to make things appear on a webpage. Everything you see, (even this!) is possible due to aspects of HTML.
Tutorial #1: FreeCodeCamp.org’s Youtube
Tutorial #2: mmtuts
This site rules.
In three massive sections, the site leaves no stone unturned, showing you exactly what you need to do to create.
Just when I thought that the 14 sections of the tutorial were a lot, I kept scrolling and found myself looking at parts 2 and 3, each consisting of more than 5 different categories with subsections as well.
Once you get past introductions, you are shown simple lines of code and syntax. All of that complicated looking mumbo jumbo? Guess what: it is pretty simple once you get the hang of it.
These guys are meticulous, telling you about colons, line spaces, basically, all the little things that other tutorials may overlook when educating you. I know for me, I would probably get hung up on a simple problem like case sensitivity, which this tutorial will talk about.