I posted a good guide of basic scratch blocks on the wiki: [wiki]Game On/Scratch Blocks[/wiki].Ok so I'm pretty good with Scratch, but I have no idea how good the other kids in my group are good with it. I might maybe have to do a quick overview of how to code with Scratch... Any ideas?
Assuming that its not on the rules, I don't think game types are a thing anymore because it got really hard to make game types. And then they'd combine game types at nationals as well.regarding the game type issue,
i remember seeing a 2019 game types document on soinc.org, but it seems to be removed.
it also doesn't say anything about game types in the rubrics or rules?
so are game types still a thing for div B or is it just game themes?
they should... and per the rules under 2a (allowed equipment) mouses and mousepads are not listedwait, does everyone get the same type of computers? and can you bring your own gaming mouse and mouse pad?
I always preferred to use my own mouse. I would always just ask the event supervisor if I could use my own. If I could, then great. If I can't, then it's not that big of a deal.they should... and per the rules under 2a (allowed equipment) mouses and mousepads are not listedwait, does everyone get the same type of computers? and can you bring your own gaming mouse and mouse pad?
I believe you can, though you're expected to draw your own for points.Hi, new to GameOn.
Question: In the competitions, do they allow participants to use the inbuilt sprites/sounds/backgrounds that scratch already provides? I'm referring to the "default library". The rules say no internet assets are allowed, which I understand. Curious if scratch's own library can be used or if participants need to draw their own?
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