ScratchX is a platform that enables people to test experimental functionality built by developers for the visual programming language Scratch. What's the difference between Scratch and ScratchX? Scratch is a programming language and online community where you can create your own interactive stories, games, and animations. ScratchX is a separate.
Shaun's Game Academy was a UK-exclusive competition hosted on shaunsgameacademy.co.uk for the best Scratch game project relating to Shaun the Sheep. The webpage features Scratch along with a getting started tutorial on how to understand the program. Project submissions were due by December 19, 2014 (formerly September 1, 2014). Only residents of the United Kingdom were allowed to enter.
Scratch Snake Game Tutorial. Game Demo. Have a go at the go at the demo video for the Scratch Snake game tutorial, so you can see what it is that you will be making in this tutorial.Because the game involves making a character run, jump, and hop from platform to platform, this game style is called a platformer (or platform game). In the Scratch game in this chapter, the cat will play the part of Mario or Luigi. The player can make the cat jump around a single level to collect apples while avoiding the crabs who will steal them. The game is timed: the player has just 45.Making a Maze Game in Scratch - 3. Now, you need to make a new level. Go to the stage and make a new level. It might be a good idea to just copy Level 1 and then change it. Make sure that the walls are the same color. You can use straight lines or wavy. If you want them to be vertical or horizontal, hold down the SHIFT key when drawing the line. Make sure that you have zoomed out all the way.
With ScratchJr, young children (ages 5-7) can program their own interactive stories and games.Read More
In this series (which I plan to release a tutorial for every Tues and Thurs), I'll be making a HUD from scratch, starting all the way at the beginning (setting up HUD files), to a finished product (scoreboard, health, ammo, etc). I figured since I started off the series today, I might as well get the word out to get the hype up. I think it'll.Read More
There are l ots of skills and commands used in scratch and students end up with a game that they will genuinely play. There are plenty of extension possibilities with this project. Creating the fish and shark. video 1. Making the fish move. video 2. More fish and a bad crab. video 3. Timer, background and more. video 4. This section is dedicated to the Key Stage 3 Level. You will find.Read More
In this project you’re going to make a game in which you have to throw snowballs at a target. What you will make. Use the mouse pointer to angle the snowball and hold down the mouse button to choose the snowball’s power. What you will need Hardware. A computer capable of running Scratch; Software. Scratch 3 (either online or offline) Downloads. The starter project can be found here. What.Read More
Genetic Algoritm - Playing the ball pushing game. HTML - Ball Pushing Game. Game tutorial - volleyball.Read More
Make a Game in Scratch Page 12 of 24 Lower Differentiation Provide them with help on the code. (In The Teachers 4 students files) Higher Differentiation Encourage them to make the code for their character Highest Differentiation Start making the game Extension Activity Continue coding Notes.Read More
For today's program, we are going to build a simple Pac-Man game. Pac-Man was one of the very first arcade games developed around 1980. For our version of Pac-Man we are going to focus on the following programming and problem solving techniques: a. Using Scratch to develop computer objects (also known as Object Oriented Programming classes) that will interact with each other in the game. We.Read More
Scratch game making tutorial 89 Minesweeper. In this tutorial you will make a game in which a minesweeper ship must destroy as many mines as possible before it is sunk.Read More
In this tutorial we're going to be building a two-player tank game in Multimedia Fusion 2. It will feature custom 360 degree shooting and destructible terrain. You don't need any previous programming or game development experience to follow along with this tutorial, and if you don't have Multimedia Fusion 2 you can try the free demo.Read More
Im making the tinyrenderer tutorial in my spare time, but didn't want the output to tga. Also didn't want to use Qt or the like for something so small. I wrote the platform code for Windows (win32 api) and Linux (X11) so I can see the output directly in a window. The result is a pretty simple compile line (unity build baby) that just works.Read More