Community Highlights: May 29 – June 4

Community Highlights: May 29 – June 4

 Community Highlights: May 29 – June 4

Happy Monday! Every week, we bring you the best of the Tynker community – from projects that we love playing to makers who inspire us.

Projects of the Week

if you delete you ate in huge big trouble: A fun interactive story about time travel!

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First Person Survival Horror 1.05 DEMO: A really cool interactive animation game, where you move around a house and interact with different items as part of a story. And don’t worry, it’s not too scary!

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Narwhal, the friendly narwhal: A cute narwhal game, where you design your own narwhal, then interact with it!

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Tweets of the Week

There’s been a lot of excitement about the newly translated Tynker iPad app, especially from French educators!

And a Singaporean school shared the inspiring story of Andrew, who won a programming competition with Tynker! He said his interest in robotics was sparked by how much he uses technology and robotics for own mobility.


Hats off to Andrew Petselis, a sec 1 student from SJI independent! He has brittle bone disease, Osteogenesis Imperfecta, but pulled off an amazing performance and won the Best Drone Performance in the Secondary school Category in the National Robotics Programming Competition today! . This is despite only having one week to learn how to use Tynker, the programming software, to program his drone! ? . Andrew’s interest in robotics was sparked by the fact that he relies on robotics to move around and it doesn’t require much physical strength to do programming. He also hopes to work in robotics in the future. ?? . Said Andrew: “I wasn’t expecting to win. When they announced the second and third prizes, I thought I had no chance. Then they announced the first prize and I was so surprised.” . Awww… you certainly deserve it Andrew! And we are so happy for you! Congratulations ? #inspired

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