Making this game all I basically did was create an identical ball sprite, and copy and paste the scripts from the first ball to the second. This made the result of two balls instead of one, creating a greater challenge. But I slowed down the balls so it wasn't too hard.
I really enjoyed programming interactive games using scratch. They made it really easy for the programmer to easily create an interactive game and then play it. Both the building stage and the result were fun for me.
From stage 1 to stage 2 all I basically did was add another ball to increase the challenge and obstacles that the player must overcome.
I wanted to use something scary (bat), but I also wanted to have movement sound, which a horse running sound was provided, so my other sprite was a zebra. These are the main reasons I chose a bat and a zebra for my sprites. The link to this project is: http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/16mirkovicn/2128755
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