HTML5 Canvas and JavaScript Mario Game Tutorial

Start the rest of the game early at: https://chriscourses.com/courses/mario-game/videos/create-a-mario-game
Make your own animations with the Deekay Tool: https://aescripts.com/deekay-tool/

Creating a sidescroller type Mario game requires a bit of knowledge related to physics, collision detection, and sprite animation. It can be quite tricky at first, but once you understand the basics, you can set up some full-fledged levels which anyone can play.

This tutorial will teach you everything you need to know in regards to developing a fully functional Mario-type game with just HTML5 canvas and vanilla JS.

Canvas Boilerplate: https://github.com/christopher4lis/canvas-boilerplate
Image Assets: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/147Yx4qrTlzPUkEDvwaYEMcQjaaH8hX8r

0:00 – Project setup
5:49 – Player creation
12:20 – Gravity
20:40 – Player movement
35:43 – Platforms
43:42 – Scroll the background
53:46 – Win scenario
56:38 – Image platforms
1:14:09 – Parallax scroll
1:24:12 – Death Pits
1:29:46 – Level creation
1:40:49 – Fine tuning
1:42:56 – Sprite creation

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33 réflexions sur “HTML5 Canvas and JavaScript Mario Game Tutorial

  • janvier 15, 2022 à 9:34
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    at 9:27 its not drawing anything and my code is exacly as yours; i evan set a color in constructor but still doesn t draw

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  • janvier 15, 2022 à 9:34
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    I love this channel and thank you so much for the help making these. I do want to ask though.. When starting out, I've been trying programming on and off mostly OFF for about 2 years.. Minimal effort. I keep putting it off because it just seems like impossible, like how do I even know what to do. I understand the basics and what they can do, but when tf do I implement things, how do I know what TO implement etc.. I just feel like a stupid poop head.

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  • janvier 15, 2022 à 9:34
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    Why do you use an import statement for the image file source instead of just using a string const. What is the import statement doing exactly? I've never seen it done that way before which is why I am asking.

    Great video btw. Thanks

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  • janvier 15, 2022 à 9:34
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    Only youtube where i started my three js journey so thankyou ..and thanks for this one too

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  • janvier 15, 2022 à 9:34
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    Excellent way to learn how to download the game without any inconvenience, very easy to follow the steps you indicate 👍

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  • janvier 15, 2022 à 9:34
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    24:20 – you destructured the keydown event into "keyCode" such as addEventListener('keydown', ({keyCode}) => { console.log(keyCode)}. But the warning says, "KeyCode was deprecated ". I searched for it and then found they recommend 'key' or 'code' instead of 'keyCode'. How can you use the 'keyCode' in your text editor?

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  • janvier 15, 2022 à 9:34
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    Didn't know there is so much you can do with HTML5 Canvas + JS. Its powerful. Thanks for the video Chris

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  • janvier 15, 2022 à 9:34
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    Chris! your voice is so relaxing when I wasn't falling asleep I just watched your tutorial and in the next 5 mins, I fell asleep lol. anyway, good job I really love the way you teach.

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  • janvier 15, 2022 à 9:34
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    This tutorial is very helpful, thank you! At 59:25 I personally would recommend installing the Atom text editor and using the Atom Live Server plug-in to run a local-host server. Very easy and simple! Here is Coding Train's video that goes into detail about Atom and what you need for coding Javascript: https://youtu.be/HZ4D3wDRaec?t=49

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  • janvier 15, 2022 à 9:34
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    Great tutorial, including refactoring as a part of the process instead of skipping through made this whole project doable for a web dev noob like me. All of my previous experience was in hardware oriented projects using Arduino/C++ or RPi/python. This was a perfect introduction to JS.

    Almost finished re-skinning the game with my own image assets but got hung up working with Deekay Tool, I'll get there eventually, zero experience with AE probably isn't helping.

    Subbed! Link to your courses?

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  • janvier 15, 2022 à 9:34
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    Of course I wasn't calling the animate() function after defining it! So that is why it was not working for me!!

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