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Hello Scratch!: Learn to program by making arcade games by Sadie Ford Gabriel Ford and Melissa Ford

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Chapter 4. Designing a two-player ball-and-paddle game

A fight breaks out over breakfast, and there is only one way to settle it: bounce a fried egg between two cast-iron skillets without letting it hit the wall. This two-player game ends when one person reaches seven points by making their opponent miss the egg. Breakfast Wars is a remake of the first ball-and-paddle game, Pong, though it replaces Pong’s white line paddle with a pan and its LED light with an egg, as seen in figure 4.1.

Figure 4.1. A game of Breakfast Wars means making a purple backdrop, a fried egg, two skillets, and two lines to serve as walls.

Breakfast Wars is all the ...

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