This short series of videos will lead you step by step to creating a video game using the online version of Scratch - a visual programming tool from MIT. This will take you approximately 2 hours to complete the entire game.
How to create a game in scratch, add a spite and re-size it.
Program the left and right arrow keys for the user to move the shark on the screen.
Create something for our shark to eat - learn to paint a sprite.
The 'bait fish' moves down the screen and is reset if the shark touches it.
Create a variable called score and add to the game.
If the 'bait fish' touches the shark, increment the score.
Create a screen that will be displayed when the user loses the game.
Script to test if the 'bait fish' made it to the bottom of the screen without touching the shark.
Stop the action and show the game over screen.
How to name your game and document it.