Hello here is my suggestion for Hopscotch!
As some of y’all might know Hopscotch can run on a Max with a M1 processor. There are not many Macs with M1s. There for there isn’t a good way to use Hopscotch. Some schools are starting to use macs and buying new macs with M1s are super expensive.
So what if Hopscotch made a way to access the app without using a M1/emulating
This doesn’t have to be a full version just one where you can code and edit.
Hopscotch on windows would be cool but i’m not sure if it would work. Most computers use intel processing unit but they have use different programing units. So though it would be cool it might be hard.
I’m not sure how easy it would be to port it to hopscotch
Also generally hopscotch is geared towards touch-screen devices, so android seems like a better goal.
If desktop support was added you’d need to have keyboard-sensing blocks, which do not match touch devices, leading to a lack of compatibility because little Jimmy here is too lazy to add 2 more blocks to his platformer’s code just because he doesn’t have an iPad to use the feature on.
A more general idea would be to make Hopscotch for the web, and then adapt it for mac.