Creating Individual Moving Blocks

Good morning, hope everyone is well and keeping safe. I am learning JavaScript and still struggling with some parts.
I am trying to create a kind of slot machine and need to find a way to keep the blocks individual with their colours but it is not working. Can someone please help me?
Bellow is my code:

 <!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">
<head>
  <meta charset="UTF-8">
  <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
  <title>Slot Machine</title>
</head>
<body>
  <canvas id="canvas" width="1000" height="2000"></canvas>

  <script>
    var game = {
      tickNumber: 0,
      timer: null,
      board: [
        "####################",
        "#                  #",
        "#                  #",
        "#                  #",
        "#                  #",
        "#                  #",
        "#                  #",
        "#                  #",
        "#                  #",
        "#                  #",
        "#                  #",
        "#                  #",
        "#                  #",
        "#                  #",
        "#                  #",
        "#                  #",
        "#                  #",
        "#                  #",
        "#                  #",
        "#                  #",
        "#                  #",
        "#                  #",
        "#                  #",
        "#                  #",
        "#                  #",
        "#                  #",
        "####################"
      ],
      tick: function() {
        game.tickNumber++;
        snake.move();
        graphics.drawGame();
        game.timer = window.setTimeout("game.tick()", 500);
      }
    };
    var snake = {
      parts: [
        {x: 2, y: 2, color: "green"},
        {x: 2, y: 6, color: "red"},
        {x: 2, y: 10, color: "blue"},
        {x: 2, Y: 14, color: "yellow"},
        {x: 2, Y: 16, color: "grey"}
      ],
      facing: "S",
      nextLocation: function() {
        var snakeHead = snake.parts[0];
        var targetX = snakeHead.x;
        var targetY = snakeHead.y;
        
        targetY = snake.facing == "S" ? targetY + 4 : targetY;
        if (targetY >= 24) {
          targetY = 2;
        }
        return {x: targetX, y: targetY};
      },
      move: function() {
        var location = snake.nextLocation();
        snake.parts.unshift(location);
        snake.parts.pop();
      }
    };

    var graphics = {
      canvas: document.getElementById("canvas"),
      squareSize: 20,
      squarePic: 60,

      drawBoard: function(ctx) {        
        var currentYoffset = 0;
        game.board.forEach(function checkLine(line) {
          line = line.split('');
          var currentXoffset = 0;
          line.forEach(function checkCharacter(character) {
            if(character == '#') {
              ctx.fillStyle = "black";
              ctx.fillRect(currentXoffset, currentYoffset, graphics.squareSize, graphics.squareSize);
            }
            currentXoffset += graphics.squareSize;
          });
        currentYoffset += graphics.squareSize;
        });
      }, 

      drawSnake: function(ctx) {
        snake.parts.forEach(function drawPart(part) {
          var partXlocation = part.x * graphics.squareSize;
          var partYlocation = part.y * graphics.squareSize;
          var coloracao = part.color;
     
          ctx.fillStyle = coloracao;
          ctx.fillRect(partXlocation, partYlocation, graphics.squarePic, graphics.squarePic);
        });
      },
      drawGame: function () {
        var ctx = graphics.canvas.getContext("2d");
        ctx.clearRect(0,0, graphics.canvas.width, graphics.canvas.height);
        graphics.drawBoard(ctx);
        graphics.drawSnake(ctx);
      }
    };

    graphics.drawGame();
    var gameControl = {
      startGame: function() {
        game.tick();
      }
    };
    gameControl.startGame();
           
  </script>
  
</body>
</html>

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