But, it won’t give you all the steps, just a few suggestions to help you get started.
To start, add a new sprite to your program and a “when flag clicked” block.
Recall that when the green flag is clicked, the storefront goes to the front of the stageand the hippos appear behind it. For the window-shopper sprite that you’vejust added, you may want it in front of the storefront window. Add a “hide” blockunder the “when flag clicked” event to hide the sprite. Then add a “wait” blockto delay when the sprite appears. Add a “show” block to make the sprite appear on the stage,and finally, add a “go to front” block so that the sprite appears in front of the storefront.
You can have the sprite say something whenthe flag is clicked, or you can use any of the other “event” blocks. Do what worksbest for your program. Then, use the say or think blocks from “looks” menu tocode your sprite to talk! Consider adding two sprites for more dialogue during your program.
Try out different things.
Choose an Add-On
Create a sprite that changes colors when the mouse hovers over it.
Create a sprite that will perform different actions in response to its surroundings.
Code a hidden surprise in your display window.
Code your sprite to go crazy when the mouse-pointer touches it.