Random Sprite Challenge

Experience: 1st year, 4th quarter
Practice: Recognizing and defining computational problems, Creating computational artifacts, Testing and refining computational artifacts, and Communicating about computing
Concept: Algorithms, Control, Modularity, and Program Development
Length: 80+

Overview and Purpose

Coders create a randomly generate sprite and then review how to add costumes to a sprite to simulate lifelike movements or animations in a scene or short story. The purpose of this project is to learn how to better simulate motion/animations of a newly created sprite.

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