It's time for us to make the next Hopscotch video and we're taking requests. If there's something you think we should cover, we want to hear it!
- the video should help you make a specific game. The first step is creating the most simple version of the game in Hopscotch that we turn into a script.
- videos should be no more than 8 minutes TOPS, and ideally closer to 5. So whatever you suggest should be simple enough that we can cover the main points (slowly) in that time
- the video should be open-ended; we can help Hopscotchers make one version of the game, but there should be multiple paths they can take to continue working in their own direction 9
- the project built in the game should be interactive - whatever you make, someone should be able to play the project and interact with it (rather than a project that just rans with no user input. Don't me wrong, these kinds of projects are really cool! They just are less successful as tutorials)
If you have an idea, turn it into a Hopscotch project. Share the link to the project here. We'll review them and potentially make a video about them (giving you credit, of course)!.
Let me know if you have questions, too.