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Did you know that anybody can make a video game without programming? Though there are several beginner-friendly languages, you don’t have to spend half a year learning Java or C++ to build a game. You could choose from many tools for various types of games, but one great option for kids (and adults) is MIT’s free Scratch.
Scratch is a tool that lets you drag-and-drop assets to create games or animations. It’s easy to understand, but teaches the building blocks of programming in the process. Let’s see what you can create in Scratch, then walk through the steps to creating a simple Mario game.
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