Learn to code your own digital
bowling alley in Scratch.
It’s Computer Science Education Week, and you know what that means: it’s the perfect occasion to train and test your computer programming skills! This year, 24GenNEXT brings the classic Thunderbird Lanes into the digital world of Scratch so you can build and bowl a game with code.
Simplifying programming language, a code block represents a digital action. Using Scratch's block-like programming tools, repeat after 24G Experiential Programmer Ethan Matzdorf as he breaks down the steps needed to develop your own digital bowling alley here: genNEXT@Home | Ep. 9 – Block Code Bowling. But first, download our official project materials here.
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