In this lesson 3, we make our sprite dance. In lesson 4, I will show you how to make him dance to the beat. And not just to the beat but to the Hip-Pop beat! (Note: the video below used Scratch 1.4. For instruction with Scratch 2.0, please read the article)
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In this lesson, I will show you how to make sprites move to certain locations on the Stage. The Scratch Stage uses X-Y Coordinate System that looks as follow:
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In this lesson, I will show you how to create a tune using Scratch’s Sound Tool Kit. Then I will also show you how to use Audacity to create a Scratch sound clip from a MP3 or WAV file.
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In this lesson, we will modify a sample game named “Pong”. We will add score, levels, and more balls to the game.
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In this lesson, we will create a Cartoon Animation. We will first create a story line. Based on the story line, we will create sprites and scenes, and finally add scripts to put together the story.
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In Part II, I will show you how to add scene transition to your animation using broadcast message and “wait” control blocks.
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In lesson 7, we took a look at an existing sample game, The Pong Game, and we also had made changes to this game to make it more interesting. In lesson 10 through 14, I will cover what you need to learn to make a mini Super Mario game.
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In Lesson 11, we will create all necessary sprites for Mini Mario game. Especially, we will focus on Mario and show how to make him walk, jump, and squat.
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