MVCode Dash 1

Planning
Step 1
The game we will be making in this project will look like this:
Planning
Step 2
This will be the Start Screen for MVCode Dash

We will make it look cool and animate before the game starts

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Step 3
First we need to REMIX the template project with all the sprites

CLICK THE LINK BELOW

https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/298190679/

THEN CLICK REMIX BUTTON

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Step 4
We also need to hide most sprites when the green flag is clicked

Add this to ALL sprites except the Start sprite

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Step 5
Now add this code to the Start sprite

This will make it start invisible and slowly appear using the ghost effect

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Check Your Work
Step 6
Run your game to check if the intro animation worked
Information
Step 7
Once the Intro animation ends, we will need to message some other sprites to start showing up
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Step 8
In Start sprite, broadcast a new message named "Start Game"
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Step 9
Once the game starts, make the player show up with the correct location, size, and direction
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Check Your Work
Step 10
The player should now appear once the intro animation ends
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Information
Step 11
The ground, hazard, and platform sprites will need to spawn clones because there will be multiple on the screen

When we start the game, we will continue to hide the sprite, but we will show the clones

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Step 12
Add this code to the Ground sprite
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Step 13
Add this code to the Hazard sprite
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Check Your Work
Step 14
Check to see if the two clones are appearing like this:
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Challenge
Step 15
Add code to the Platform sprite so the clone appears 1 second after the hazard

The hidden code needs to have the Platform WAIT 1 SECOND

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Check Your Work
Step 16
If your game looks like this, then we are done with this lesson!

In the next part, we will start getting things moving

MVCode Dash 1 Info

Account

MVCode Clubs

Created By

Missing tiny aaronjau101

Course:

MVCode Dash

Access Level

premium

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