I had this idea in mind, because unlike others who have their iDevices, we, PC users, who (currently don't have our iDevices in front of us); can't touch our monitor, just to press the arrow keys in screen.
This is what I mean:
See the arrows that are used to move (<, >, ^)? iPad hopscotchers can just grab their iPad, and put their fingers near the arrows, so they can press it immediately, while PC (and other devices') hopscotchers need to rush and click the two arrows, and sometimes, we miss the thing that we need to tap/press, and we fail (the game in Hopscotch).
Why is this needed?
Well, I'm a Hopscotcher, and I like to play Hopscotch games. I like to complete them immediately so I can get into my work. It's just that I can't finish it immediately because I need my mouse to be accurate.
I know that this will take more work for Hopscotchers, but at least you get more plays.
Why is this request in the Control Blocks category?
I can't find another category that I can put my block suggestion, except for here.
Tips on how to make the coding fast?
Maybe put the blocks that you need to move the character in an ability, so you can just drag and drop the ability?