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This is a fun add-on in which you'll program
a new sprite to photobomb the interview.
In the example, this girl drops into the stage
unannounced and says something silly.
You won't see all the steps you need
to follow in this video.
Use your knowledge about Scratch
and your experience in this club
to complete the add-on.
You only need a few blocks
to make your new sprite photobomb.
First, pick your photobomber.
Then determine the sprite's starting position
by dragging it to one side of the stage.
Next, choose an event to start the photobomb,
probably either a key press event
or a broadcast message.
Then add some motion blocks to the event.
You might use change X and change Y
because these blocks work in loops
to move the sprite a certain direction.
Then add two repeat loops.
One to move onto the stage,
and the other one to move off the stage.
Next, to hide the photobomber,
add a when flag clicked block,
and snap a hide block at the bottom of the stack.
Then under the event that will start
the photobomb, add two looks blocks,
show and go to front to make your sprite appear
in front of the other sprites on the stage.
To make your sprite say something continuously,
use a say block instead of a say
for two seconds block.
All right, here's the game plan!
First, pick a photobomber sprite and put it
in the starting position.
Use the repeat, change X,
and when I receive blocks, to make the sprite
move onto and off of the stage.
Finally, make the sprite hide at the start
of the interview, then show when they photobomb.