In this lesson, we will add a timer to a game in Scratch, which will add a new challenge for players and create a more dynamic gaming experience.
When building a game in Scratch, there’s no need to build each level from... scratch. Learn how to copy and paste code to duplicate game elements across levels.
This lesson on building a game in Scratch covers how to add objects, adjust colors, edit coding, hide or show timers for levels, and add rewards.
The plot thickens! Now that we have multiple levels, a main character, timers, and rewards, let’s up the ante by creating enemies for a more dynamic game.
We’re at the finish line! In this lesson, let’s add some finishing touches to our game in Scratch. Create a Game Over screen and add enemies to the level two.
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