6-7 yrs old
8-10 yrs old
11-13 yrs old
Math & Economics
Play your own Random Parkour Course with a few simple lines of Code. Use math to figure out how to best randomize your maps!
August 23, 2017
Sample Screen Shot
An Image of some code with advanced features.
How can we use code to make a fun and engaging game?
What is the maximum distance a player can travel while jumping?
What other features can we put into our game to make it more fun or challenging?
Students will launch Code Builder.
Students will be given the task of developing a random parkour map with as few lines of code as possible. See pictures for examples.
Students will play test each others maps.
Students will revise and test code.
Students should document their learning with screen shots of the code and in game images with the camera and portfolio.
Students may add additional features to their code, such as when dying teleporting back to a spawn point and clearing original blocks. Varying the gamemode or difficulty.
Students will code a random parkour course.
Students will test each others code and offer feedback to each other.
Students will work on advanced coding to develop advanced features and enhancements to their maps.
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