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One player fighting game

Page history last edited by Tien 12 years, 10 months ago

One player Fighting Game

Have a character fight a monster


1: Stuff you need BEFORE the lesson:

1 computer per student.

Optional: Headphones


2: Opening Concepts:

What are variables and how to use them.

Using contro buttons "Forever ifs"

Using sensing buttons - "Touching ---"

The use of operators along with variables


3: Focus of the Lesson:

A fully functioning challenging game that can be played among peers.


4: Teaching:

1. Show a quick example of the game.

2. Do a demonstration of a robot cleaning a house (Explain what if robot hits table, then do what.) To get kids to start thinking logically step by step.

3. Ask what's in a game, typically speaking.

4.  Make two sprites, a background and start making a scripts and bring up possible case scenarios

5. Have them add music or sounds to it


activity sheet coming up soon.


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