Game examples implemented as .NET console applications primarily for providing education and inspiration. :) (by dotnet)

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  • Dotnet-console-games (beginner-level coding project ideas)
    3 projects | | 26 May 2023
    I have been working on the, which is a bunch of simple, open-source games written in C# with the goal of providing educational examples to new software developers. There are more than 40 games in the repository, and I plan on continuing to make more in the future, and contributions are very welcome. I also ported the games to the web using C#'s blazor webassembly so you can play the games right in the browser:

    I have gotten a lot of positive feedback from the C# community, but I wanted to share the repository here as I feel it could be helpful to other communities too. Even if you are not interested in C#, each of the games could be easily coded in other languages too. So, if you know someone who is learning to code and is looking for fun beginner-level coding projects maybe encourage them to give the repository a look.

    Thanks. :)

    3 projects | | 26 May 2023
  • Math Game Project
    3 projects | /r/csharp | 14 May 2023
    However if you don't want to use releases you can just use a dedicated branch that is not your source code branch. For example, in the dotnet-console-games repository, the source code is in the "main" branch and there is another branch called "binaries" that stores the compilation output. There is an action in github that automatically builds the code from the "main" branch and pushes the output to the "binaries" branch. That action is here:
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  • More C# Console Games
    2 projects | | 9 Feb 2022
    If anything here caught your interest, or if you know someone who is looking for fun beginner C# projects, I encourage you to check out the repo where all the games are open source:
  • Hello I am rather new to c# and was wondering the best projects for beginners. Would really appreciate it:)
    3 projects | /r/csharp | 11 Dec 2021
    Make a small game: rock paper scissors, snake, simon, flappy bird, an rpg, sudoku, etc. If you would like some examples I have some here:
  • about console projects
    2 projects | /r/csharp | 30 Jul 2021
    I just want to mention that I coded those games too and you can see them here if you wanted to compare your versions to mine.
  • I made a retro Pong game in console!
    2 projects | /r/csharp | 22 Jan 2021
    I am not the author of this reddit post, but I also wrote a console pong which is on GitHub here if interested:
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