Some madman built a Mario Kart clone in pure CSS

May 8, 2018 Matthew Hughes


Historically, CSS has been used for one thing: decorating webpages. But later versions of the stylesheet language have added extra bells and whistles, allowing developers to do more ambitious (and, dare I say, bonkers) things. Case in point: London-based developer Stephen Cook built a barebones clone of the iconic racing game Mario Kart without using a single line of JavaScript. That’s right. A pure CSS version of Mario Kart. For what it’s worth, a lot of stuff from the official game is absent, including other racers, and any sense of progression. However, it’s worth talking about what’s there, because even…

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