Guys, thank you all for being here with my journey through this because this was really fun and I'm upset for it to end. It was a pretty fun experience, with a lot of problems and it was hard but I kept on going and never gave up. I would recommend people this especially if they like technology like me because it has a lot with technology and coding and lots of other stuff. It could benefit with learning just like it did with me. I enjoyed doing everything and just fixing all the bugs were the only real challenge. My greatest accomplishment was perhaps my Mario Variation (yes I know its not done but this was supposed to come out after I was done with it but I decided to make this before I finished my Mario rage game) and that's also what I am most proud of, and just remember guys, I'LL BE BACK. (Terminator reference :3)
Hey guys I'm back once again! This time I bring you, drum roll please.....
SUPER PING PONG! Now, you may be wondering, how is it super? Well there is an upgrade that will make your paddle bigger and a downgrade that will make it smaller, but only for 15 sec each. Every 50 sec a downgrade will appear, and every 100 secs an upgrade will appear. When you win you can keep playing with no penalty and you can try the upgrade and downgrade if you want! I worked really hard on it, so I hope you guys and gals love playing it as much as I loved making it! :D
Click Play to play.
Move your mouse to move the paddle.
Hey there guys! I'm back with more Scratch(™?), and this time I made a story, and it is the continued part of my tell a joke! We are here with the guy who was in the ocean and this is NOT the guy who was on the wave. This is what happened to him after.
Press space to start.
Press R to restart.
Bloxels is a really cool game that you can get on your device (the app is called Bloxels Builder). Something really cool about it though, is that if you have a Bloxels board, you can scan in in game and use your design! By the way, you have to use about... 6 colors (I believe) or it will just scan random colors. Something I wonder about it though, is why can't you use just 3 colors (when I made this character on the board, it would detect random colors in random places, so I made it manually)? I also wonder why does it just choose where the blocks are in random places when they aren't? One last thing that I wondered was why using the board is so hard?
Fact: Did you know, Bloxels use computer vision to detect what colors are on the board? Cool right?!
This was fun to make, but it was really hard too. I hope you guys like it! If you do like it, please tell me. You don't have to if you don't want to, it's ok.
Press space to start.
Press R to restart it.
So guys, I bring you this little animation. To start it, press space. To restart it, press R. That's pretty much all there is to it. (By the way, press R first to reset it because for some reason, it's stuck at the ending.)
Press space to start.
Then, push the red button to stop the music.
Don't worry, you can turn it back on by pressing the green button again ;)
Today, I created a robot. Yep, a robot. It moves (obviously), with the push of a few buttons and a bit of holding down a button. I programmed it by... well, building it, I guess... maybe by pushing the buttons..... I honestly have no clue. Well, this is my review:
I think it is really cool for people who like robot, but I suggest being careful because the parts sometimes get stuck and are hard to get out, also keep it away from very young children as it has screws (aka small pieces).
I made these. The one on top (the left one) is the one my teacher wanted it to be like, while the other one (the right one) is my version, or "modified" version.
Hey guys! I'm back at it again with more Scratch! If you remember last time, I created a sprite, and this time, I made it dance! Isn't that cool? It didn't exactly take TOO long, but I had to use some of the tips to help me, and apparently, you can make the Scratch cat (the one like in my came but that Scratch is flying) a Powerpuff Girl! It has a picture like that in the how to make your sprite fly, which I did not use though. (Controls): Space key: Start the dance.
This time I made Pa- uhhh.... I mean, Waka-Waka-Man! I made.... this..... abomination of a thing using Scratch (again)! It was really hard... (not really but it was difficult) and it took me a lot of time. I just made a yellow circle, then made the mouth (hardest part) , and then I put the eyes, next I put the arms and the hands, and finally I made the legs and then the shoes, along with the fancy, yet very popular among video gamers, also coming from the "Most Successful Arcade Game" (according to Guinness World Records), the phrase, "Waka Waka".
Hey guys and gals! This time I bring you my game that I made with Scratch! I coded it, and it took a lot of effort! It was annoying and very difficult to do, but I did it. It...... isn't "EXACTLY" a game, but I tried... by the way... there is a secret way to get points faster... can you find out how? Don't tell anyone how... it's a secret!
This is Thomas Suarez when he was 12. He created the "Bustin Jieber" app for Apple. This is relevant to game design because it is a game, in which, you whack Justin Bieber's head, so it is basically a Justin Bieber whack'a mole. If I were to create something technology related, it would be a video game (Obviously), probably along the lines of a... random thing maybe. I honestly don't know yet. It would maybe.....be like....an FPS(?), whatever it will be, that's one of my options. All I want to do is at least make A game.
This is Brian Wong. I believe this picture is him when he was 20. He created the oh, so, popular, Kiip. His website is kiip.me, if you would like to visit it. He created an app that would reward people for achieving achievements, like a coupon, for example. Here is some of his wisdom, "You are the most powerful force in your own life, don't let others set the rules for you." I already said what I would create, but, I will probably create a game meant mainly for humor, like funny achievements and secrets, and maybe some Easter eggs (no not the kind you eat). You will just have to wait and see! Well, when I create a game, you guys who read my blog, will be the first to know, I promise you, and I may just give out some secrets about it too! Until next time guys!
Code.org is an AMAZING site to start your adventure of coding! It is great for learning about coding, and I would recommend for you to go to it by clicking the button! It has a whole bunch of different coding games and you can change the grade level you are in to suit your needs.
The purpose of this blog is to demonstrate what I'm learning in my Coding class!