Arcade Game Design

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You will use Scratch and a Hummingbird robotics kit to build your own arcade game. Learn the fundamentals of game design and coding as you use LEDs, motors, and sensors to create a game that lights up and moves.

This Short Course is part of our Game Design Fundamentals Package, a set of nine courses that are perfect for embedding into middle and high school courses or using in summer camps and after-school programs.

 

Objectives

Students will be able to…

  • Use Scratch to program a complex set of instructions using the Hummingbird technology
  • Assemble an interconnected set of Hummingbird components to create an arcade game
  • Build a playable robotic arcade game

Total Completion Time

Approximately 18 Hours

Student Work

Here are some examples of the work that students will complete in this course:

 

Inside Arcade Game Design

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Resources

Course Documents

Materials & Games

  • One Hummingbird Duo Base Kit for every 2-3 students
  • Access to Scratch
  • Basic art supplies such as construction paper, markers, colored pencils, scissors, tape, glue, rulers, straws, masking tape, and cardboard

Software and Hardware Specs

sc arcade gd tech specs

Students will access Scratch 2 here.

You can purchase Hummingbird Duo Base Kits here.

 

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