Game making scratch! A presentation by -Nathan Bryant-Joe Barham-Sam Nixon
The Outcome • The outcome of the work is a game, Re-invented or original because you made it from scratch! (Hence the name…)
How it works • What you need to do is put in specific coordination's to make the screen here • Do what u say whether that be with the keyboard or the mouse.There are the coordination’s
Difficulty • The difficulty of this project isn’t to extreme if u know what your doing, but once you get going there’s no stopping you as you add detail after detail with an astonishing result.
A detailed discription. • Scratch is a visual programming environment that allows users (primarily ages 8 to 16) to learn • computer programming while working on personally meaningful projects such as animated stories • and games. A key design goal of Scratch is to support self-directed learning through tinkering • and collaboration with peers. This article explores how the Scratch programming language and • environment support this goal.
What you can make. • You can make a variety of thing’s such as, -Games-Animation-Demonstration’s -InformationAnd Much more!!
Time • Completing a good and to a good standard game on scratch would take from 3-5 hours if you were new. If you already knew everything it would be about 1-2 instead
Game making scratch PICTURES ONLYBy Joe Barham,Nathan Bryant,Samuel Nixon
In my group I am responsible for getting pictures of game making scratch You can make various game modes with just giving simple commands
You can do so many different things on scratch and so many different games you can create and play