So I was just exploring Scratch a bit, and, was realising, that using “cloud data” variables you can make multiplayer games on Scratch! Yes, I know I have made an article like this in the past and the answers were that it would clog the servers or something. But, this won’t take up any space on the hopscotch servers because the variables will be stored on your cloud! Obviously, this should come with rules, like no chat rooms, and more… Anyways, please put your advice on this.
- Why on earth would they add this!?
- Bad idea.
- I don’t think they should add it.
- I have no strong opinion.
- Maybe they should add it
- Good idea
- They should add this
- OF COURSE THEY SHOULD ADD THIS!!!
What are Cloud variables?
Cloud variables are a type of variables on Scratch that allow you to store a variable on your cloud, making it, in some way, possible to make multiplayer games and to save progress on games you played.