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arrow_back Redesign Your Maze

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In this add-on, you’ll redesign the boundaries used in this game, and you’ll learn how to create an entirely new maze. To start, select the stage, then the backdrops tab. This takes you to the backdrop editor. Scratch has two drawing modes, vector and bitmap. This backdrop was created in vector mode, which means that you can click and drag shapes to edit them. To edit the shapes already on this backdrop, use the reshape tool to reshape the boundaries. To create a backdrop from a blank canvas, click paint new backdrop, and explore the paint tools in Scratch. If you want to use the reshape tool, be sure to create your shapes in vector mode.

It’s okay to explore and even make mistakes. You can always use the undo button at the top of the editor to go back a step if you do something you don’t like.

If you change the colors of your boundaries, update the color values in the touching condition.

Now, it’s your turn: Create a new maze or change the current boundaries using the paint editor.

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Spinning Obstacle
Create a more challenging game by making an obstacle spin.
Overtaken
Create an obstacle that slowly grows throughout the game.
Revenge
Program the goal sprite to chase the player sprite.
Keeping Time (Part 1 of 2)
Create a timer to keep score for this game, and program a way to store the fastest time.
Keeping Time (Part 2 of 2)
Create a timer to keep score for this game, and program a way to store the fastest time.
Redesign Your Maze
Change the look of the maze or draw your own!
Tell a Story
Engage game players with an exciting story for your game.
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Instructions
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  2. Once you finish one Add-On, try another one below the video!