This is an example project for Scratch 1. It introduces how to command sprites, adjust costumes, detect collisions, among many other introductory concepts.
Right player uses arrow keys
Left player used wasd keys
Run to the lines! First one to score wins!
This is an example project that was made in Scratch 2. It shows off the ability to create barriers, simple AI and powerups!
Get the cheese before time runs out! Use the arrow keys.
If you gain a powerup, use '1' to become invincible.
Creeper vs. Enderman
A Scratch 3 example featuring two of Minecraft's favorites! This one has timed powerups, a variety of moves and forces players to use rudimentary strategy!
The Enderman uses the ASDF keys (Z is for the special powerup)
The Creeper uses the arrows (0 is for the powerup!)
Simple Physics Demo
Kids as young as 8 can start learning how to program simple physics. . .code to create gravity and momentum! This concept will be introduced to some in Scratch 2, and everyone in Scratch 3.
To play this demonstration, use the left and right arrows. Jump with the space bar.