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Your task is to finish this coffee shop simulator game using the template provided (See page 6 in the instructions) to allow the user to gain or lose points depending on the accuracy of following instructions and completing orders.
By the end of this session, you should be able to add movement to the different ingredients so that they move to the correct location when they are prompted to be poured into a cup.
Things you could do extra:
- Change the colour of the cups
- Change the background
- Change the ingredients used
- Change the scoring system
You can also improve your knowledge on this by researching into actual coffee shops!
Your code already…
- Contains a list of orders
- Has a built-in scoring system
- Has a built-in cup personalisation system
You should add…
- A movement to the different ingredients so that they move to the correct location when they are prompted to be poured into a cup
Links for this activity contains:
- Scratch - To carry out the task
- Scratch Wikipedia - Scratch
- Make your own Mario game! - An optional activity for all ages!
Documents contain instructions for the coffee shop game.
Video included contains an introduction video to the basics of programming.
Congratulations on completing Level 2 - Scratch: Coffee shop simulator game
By learning how to code on Scratch you should have the fundamentals to go on and do different things from the task you have learned. You can now code movement, change colours, change numerical values and even swap backgrounds. The information you have acquired in doing this should be sufficient for you to now create a mini-game of your own so why not try and put this info to good use and practice creating your own shop!
- You should be able to add movement to the different ingredients so that they move to the correct location when they are prompted to be poured into a cup.
- You should be able to customise a preset template and alter colours and the appearance of sprites
- You should understand the use of coordinates in Scratch and should be able to move sprites around the stage accordingly