Continue working on your classic video game remix or make a brand new game, but with a twist: your game should be two-player compatible for either a competitive or collaborative gameplay experience. For this project you will need to understand how to use variables (in the Data category) as well as clones (in the Control category). You may also want to use a MaKey MaKey to create a real-world controller for your game.
A few video tutorials here may be useful guidance:
- Detecting when two different sprites collide
- Introduction to clones
- Using a variable to start and stop cloning
- Counting clones
- Saving target X and Y positions
Debugging advanced concepts can be a great way to practice challenging new blocks:
As a Level 3 project, try creating some tutorials rather than just watching them:
- Create a short YouTube tutorial explaining a concept or trick in Scratch.
- Write a blog post to share with the next students who will take this class. What tips could you share that will help them out?
- Code an example project to add to the practice section in Level 1 or Level 2.