Get familiar with Tynker, start coding using guided tutorials, solve puzzles, and create your own "Troll Chase" game project.
Learn about Tynker basics, such as adding animation, movement, and sounds by building an adventure game.
Learn how to hide and show actors, as well as move them using X and Y coordinates.
Motion and Tracking
Learn how to navigate an Actor with the arrow keys.
Learn how to specify an Actors costume and use the Forever If loop.
Show and Hide
Learn to show and hide Actors using conditionals.
Learn how to turn actors, use operators and check the properties of other actors.
Learn how to use nested loops to give the actors multiple lives.
Finish the game by using broadcast blocks to add a win screen.
Start Screen and Controls
Start creating your very own top-down arcade game by making a start screen.
Use repetition and screen edge detection to program projectiles and enemies.
Learn how to create the scrolling background for your game using sophisticated layering techniques.
Learn how to make copies of enemy ships and lasers using clones.
Begin learning about variables and how to use them to keep track of scores.
Powerups and Effects
Learn how to create power-ups using variables and effects.
Combine your knowledge of cloning and variables to create a boss fight.
Finish your game by using variables to create a character selection screen.