Slidey is a recreation of those old games where you had a 4x4 grid and you had to arrange the numbers to be back in order, or create a picture.
However, https://slidey.codingcactus.codes comes packed with much, much more features.
- 3 different grid sizes (3x3, 4x4, 5x5)
- 4 images to choose from
- Option to upload your own image
- Lovely animation and a sound when you slide a tile, both of which can be toggled on or off
- Fully responsive
- Fancy background
- Saves your high score for each mode
- It's fun!
How To Play
Choose your image and mode and press the play button. Then, all you need to do is click on a tile adjacent to the empty space on the grid, and that tile will move into that space. Return the picture back to its original arrangement to win!
Make sure to check out the GitHub repo too!
@EdwardBentler Alright, I figured it out, when you click a tile while it's sliding, it moves it twice, then, when you click that tile and it moves, then snaps back to it's previous position it becomes glitched, and becomes what I like to call, a ghost state, then, when you click another tile it will merge with it, and then you can transfer the ghost state to that tile, and it continues until it breaks, as for the way I got outside of the tile area in the first picture, I have no idea.
I have a video but unfortunately any attempt to add it to this post doesn't seem to be working.
i don't know if that is the case, but can you tell me how to solve what i think is the gradient from the background?
can i suggest something? in sliding puzzles you order it by their number.
this makes it easy to know what goes where (in symmetrical puzzles) anmd much easier.