A delightful experience of teaming up with ChatGPT to build a simple game

Playing the falling keys game

Recently, I teamed up with ChatGPT 3.5 to develop a simple stress-relief game that can be played on mobile browsers, and the experience was quite delightful.

It took me about three days to develop this game, mainly working on it during my baby’s nap times or when I had some alone time. It’s been a while since I’ve touched frontend code, and I’m not too familiar with the latest coding practices, though my basic skills are still there. If I had to code this myself, it would take me much longer, and I probably wouldn’t even attempt such a project. Now, I just need to present my requirements to ChatGPT in natural language, and I’ll receive functional code that I can adjust based on my needs – it’s amazing!

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Can You Add Meanings to Socks? — A Practice on Denotative and Connotative Images


I did some interesting practice on making denotative images and connotative images. A denotative image is a direct representation of an object from real life, whether it be cartoonized or realistic, made by pen or something else. A connotative image added an extra layer of “meaning” to the denotative image.

To start, I needed to choose an object. I chose a sock. My mission was to quickly do 10 denotative images (using different ways) and 3 connotative images on paper. A lot, huh? I thought so, too. After all, how can socks be sketched differently into that many images? But I decided to give it a try.

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