Friday, April 14, 2017

[DigiTech] - "Sustainability Multi-level Game"

Greetings and welcome to my new blog post! Throughout the weeks of learning, creating and sharing in DigiTech (ICT) with Ms Anderson, we've been focusing on how to create a game using an online game creator named "Scratch." As you may of have seen, I've been blogging what I've been working on during DigiTech based on developing my game. The outcome of our task was to have a Sustainability based game which has multiple levels and here is what I've come up with, my very own game. All the graphic art designs such as the sprites and backdrops were all created by me, scripts how ever... I got the idea of it from another game which has a link to it within Scratch itself. If you're willing to play my game, which you are most welcome to... here are the instructions and a couple of hints listed down below, click on the "Green Flag" to begin the game! Good luck and enjoy :) Thank you for visiting my blog, I appreciate it very much and please leave some feedback if you have any questions about my game...

Use the arrow keys to jump and move left and right.  You can use the down arrow key to dive on Level 3. There is a 60 second time limit to make it through all the levels, so you must hurry! The levels within the game pop up within approximately 4 seconds so be patient. 

1. P_ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
2. ANSWER:  Oamaru Creek 
3. 44 divided by 3 + 0.0333333 + 0.20
4. S _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 

Focus: Get to school before your time of 60 seconds runs out. 
Game produced only for audiences over the age of 10, Students @Tamaki College are most welcome to play this game. 

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

[Health] - Drugs & Alcohol (Brainstorm)

Greetings and welcome to my new blog post! Throughout this entire term of learning about the four dimensions within life with Ms Dougherty. Now I've progressed through to the next unit which is "Drugs & Alcohol." Here is a Google Drawing, made brainstorm that I've created to inform my Health teacher, Ms Dougherty of what I am willing to learn within the unit of Drugs & Alcohol. Click the image above to view my brainstorm. Thank you very much for visiting my blog, I appreciate it a lot! You're most welcome to check out my blog anytime! Please leave some feedback about what you think about my learning, I'd be happy to get new ideas from you :)