Superhero Month continues with a game to test your reflexes. Have you got what it takes to dodge the ninja stars for the longest time possible? I can only manage 10 seconds, can you beat it? https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/199562711/
I’m laying down a challenge for Superhero Month. Spider-Man finds himself trapped in an invisible maze and needs your help to guide him out. See if you can use the arrow keys to direct him through the maze towards the star. If you touch any of the walls you’ll be made to restart the maze, so you’ll need to make good use of all your spidey senses. You can check out the game here: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/197474723/
As it’s the start of Superhero Month, we first need to select the mask we’re going to wear on our adventures. This is an easy program to build in Scratch, take a look at the blocks to see how the masks are controlled by a simple variable. How would we go about adding more masks? You can view the Superhero Mask project here.
How can we take it a step further and add a superhero name generator? Clue: Take a look back through last month’s spy projects.
Scratch works best on a laptop or pc.
Happy New Year to everyone!
After the success of the spy themed projects last month, we’re continuing along a similar theme with January being Superhero Month. Don’t forget to check this blog and our Facebook page regularly to see what projects we’ve been working on.
It’s an exciting time for First Coding as we launch our creative coding courses for children, be sure to check them out on the website: http://www.firstcoding.co.uk/courses