One way to make this game more challenging is to make the platforms move. This screencastwill walk you through the steps, then you can make your own moving platforms.
Start by experimenting with ways to get the platform to move from one position to another.
Click on the platform sprite that you want to move, and on motion.
As you’ve seen, there are many different ways to move a sprite. In Computer Science,there are usually lots of solutions to a problem. As a computer scientist, it’s your job tochoose the one that you think works best. For example, you could use a “glide” block.
Or, you could move the sprite to the position that you want it to glide to,then drag out the block.
Now, no matter where the sprite is, when this code runs, the sprite glidesto that position.
When this code runs now, the sprite glidesto the first position that you set, then the second one.
Adding a forever loop and a “green flag clicked” block to your code will ensurethe sprite repeats this gliding movement for the entire game.
Remember, you can get this sprite to move using whichever blocks you like. If you wantthe sprite to do something other than a glide movement, like turn, then choose the correctblocks to solve that problem.
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