Learning a new tool can sometimes seem boring. Especially when there are a lot of new concepts involved. And just when you think you are comfortable you might need to Google for the right options. Git is one such tool. Earlier I wrote about an interactive Git tutorial along with links to some informative resources on Git. I also shared the list of common Git commands I use regularly for development.
Today I came across a game to evaluate one’s command on Git: git-game. It’s a set of tasks you need to complete. Each task is a level, much like the puzzle games. The levels are incrementally difficult too.
How to play
Checkout the repository from GitHub:
$ git clone https://github.com/hgarc014/git-game
The next clue (including the first one) is always in the README.md file. Good luck!
UPDATE: If you are done with version 1, you can move on to The game of git version 2. Clone the repository:
$ git clone https://github.com/git-game/git-game-v2
and start with README.md.