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# Michael Wilkie

@mwilki7
crying because you dont put brackets around your case statements
• ## SuperHexagonClone

Cover page

Dodge shapes coming towards the center with the left and right arrow keys

If you aren't familiar with Super Hexagon (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2sz0mI_6tLQ) Create your own level: https://replit.com/talk/share/Super-Hexagon-Clone/51195

Play some hoops on HTML 5 Canvas

LiamFigueroa
5 days ago

he

HarryWaters3
1 month ago

lol this is amazing

JoshuaBrown89
1 month ago

this game is my fav

• ## Canvas Platformer

Creating a generic platformer with JavaScript Canvas

• ## MusicBox

Create music with air hockey physics and boxes.

• ## SoftCPU

Seeing if I can create a software computer.

mwilki7
published a Repl
3 months ago
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Serpinski Fractal GeneralizedTaking the Serpinski Triangle Generator and expanding the number of sides the base shape uses. 1. Find random spot in polygon 2. Move distance * scalar towards a random vertex 3. Repeat step 2
mwilki7
If you can't see the shape right away, keep scrolling around3 months ago
mwilki7
published a Repl
3 months ago
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Serpinski Fractal GeneratorCreates the Serpinski Triangle Fractal Pick a random point on the triangle Move it half way towards one of the triangle's vertices Draw a dot Repeat from step 2
mwilki7
published a Repl
2 years ago
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Fourier CirclesFractal generator Watch circles simply orbit around each other and generate a unique fractal Limitless number of combinations
mwilki7
published a Repl
2 years ago
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SuperHexagonCloneDodge shapes coming towards the center with the left and right arrow keys If you aren't familiar with Super Hexagon (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2sz0mI_6tLQ) Create your own level: https://replit.com/talk/share/Super-Hexagon-Clone/51195
mwilki7
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2 years ago
"load more" sometimes collapses all new pages in repl talk
that's probably a bug. Report this. https://repl.it/bugs2 years ago
InvisibleOne
hmm, I only had that problem with the My Repls page but it's fixed for me now, report it to bugs: https://repl.it/bugs2 years ago
SixBeeps
I personally haven't had it happen to me, although I have heard other people complaining about that.2 years ago
mwilki7
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2 years ago
SNOW that's all it does This program creates randomly generated 6-sided fractals and makes them fall. There is no rotating, as much as I like working
HTML, CSS, JS
PenguinLunatic
pretty :)2 years ago
JBloves27
Nice job! > Why is it that I see you post for the first time? lol2 years ago
humannum14916
This is really cool! Some of the cleanest code I have seen, and it looks amazing.2 years ago
mwilki7
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2 years ago
When I go to "My repls" page, I am looking for a really old repl so the page needs to load those extra projects. I see the repl loading logo, then fo
Coder100
Yeahh.... that's a really weird bug. The profile repls do work, so if your repl was public you could try it on your profile. https://repl.it/bugs2 years ago
yes, i'm facing this problem too. I think this is a new bug. Report it. https://repl.it/bugs2 years ago
mwilki7
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2 years ago
The virtual piano app has a number of problems that makes playing difficult. • Lack of sustain (wind and string instruments are useless) • Lack of cus
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fuzzyastrocat
Cool! One thing: how do you make the sheet music play?2 years ago
Bookie0
Pretty cool, but when you type in one of the textboxes like the sheetmusic, disable the sound for the piano because it keeps on playing, which may be kinda annoying! ;)2 years ago
RolandJLevy
Hey @mwilki7, this is awesome! great job!!!2 years ago
mwilki7
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3 years ago
I wanted to do something with pixels so I decided to make a game where you watch pixels battle each other. The data contained to play the game is cont
HTML, CSS, JS
Bookie0
pretty good job! Maybe find a way to make the checkboxes a bit more user friendly; like maybe a bit better, or there can be keyboard shortcuts. Or you can perhaps change the checkboxes to buttons to toggle left/right/top/down etc. ;)3 years ago
gibbsfreenergy
WOAH!!! This is sick: image3 years ago
mwilki7
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3 years ago
I have been working on this for about a year and have finally brought it into a semi-playable state. image This is for creating your own levels or a
HTML, CSS, JS
HiPeople844
I dont get how this works, when i use the arrow keys it moves the screen not the guy3 years ago
ironblockhd
Woah its crazy how much effort went into this3 years ago
RolandJLevy
Hi @mwilki7, great work! very cool game 👍3 years ago
mwilki7
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3 years ago
I have devised created a terribleific UI for a calculator. Conveniently drag and drop your number/operator ontop of the text area. This calculator als
HTML, CSS, JS
TheDrone7
SCORED (and upvoted)3 years ago
HenryZelonka1
It takes skill to make something this bad.3 years ago
GalaxyWolf343
My head is spinning....3 years ago
mwilki7
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3 years ago
Here's my submission for the fourth weekly challenge formatting in html infuriates me as usual You can enter numbers as integers: 12345 or words: twe
HTML, CSS, JS
TheDrone7
SCORED.3 years ago
mwilki7
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3 years ago
I slightly modified the code from: https://workshops.hackclub.com/tree_machine/ to make its colors strobe through time.
HTML, CSS, JS
Leroy01010
nice! 3 years ago
TheForArkLD
Cool! Please draw it in real3 years ago
mwilki7
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3 years ago
I searched everywhere for sample javascript code for this (based on Box2D which is a C++ library) and finally found something functional. The only th
HTML, CSS, JS
MatthewDoan1
My friends: So what do you do in your free time? Me: It's complicated...3 years ago
xBlaziken
I don't recommend jitter click spawning in the water or else the repl will crash. Also i get 45cps so it might just be me lol3 years ago
awesome1238765
Man this is cool3 years ago
mwilki7
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3 years ago
How would I programmatically add elements to a div with absolute positioning with respect to the div? I have tried position: absolute for the eleme
HTML, CSS, JS
staticvoidliam7
possibly CSS? I not entirely sure3 years ago
Geocube101
You might be able to use relative positioning, which positions an element relative to where it would've been Also, to add a scrollbar only when a container overflows, use auto along with overflow (overflow: auto;)3 years ago
mwilki7
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3 years ago
This is the Story Scrambler. This takes a story template (like Mary Had a Little Lamb) and switches up the verbs, adjectives, and nouns. Create a new
Node.js
mwilki7
shared a Post
3 years ago
This number seems to fluctuate per day, but now my storage has a mind of its own. Is this a bug? image
s3
Even im quite confused , whether to continue using repl for random codes that i see..3 years ago
Vandesm14
What page is that found on?3 years ago
mwilki7
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3 years ago
I am trying to achieve this layout: image But I want 2 canvas elements in the exact same position. style.css // see repl for the whole file canvas {
Giothecoder
If you float two elements to the left and give them margins, they will sit next to each other. If you just give neither of them a margin, they will sit on top of each other. the res of the normal elements will then just continue on under the two floated elements I’m thinking float column one and column 2 and put the two canvases in c1 and the other HTML elements in c2 and then the rest that just goes under will not be in either c1 or c2 and just sit. Hope that helps?3 years ago
eco27
you can have a wrapper div and then two canvases inside it both with position: absolute;3 years ago
mwilki7
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3 years ago
I want to implement scrolling for some UI elements that I created for canvas. But all I see for the event handling is the 'wheel' event instead of 'wh
HTML, CSS, JS
mwilki7
I found out a solution. https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/Element/wheel_event On a 'wheel' event, look to the event.deltaY to detect the direction of the scroll. If the event.deltaY value is negative, the direction is up If the event.deltaY value is positive, the direction is down if (event.deltaY < 0) { console.log('mousewheel event: up'); } else { console.log('mousewheel event: down'); } I didn't bother to look at the documentation befo3 years ago