Well, hello, it's me, a Mario!
@SabotageWarning is leaving Hopscotch because of he doesn't get enough attention. I was at this point at one time of my Hopscotch carrer. My sir/madame, no one should ever quit because of popularity. Hopscotch isn't about popularity. Hopscotch is about learning drag and drop code and have fun with all of the others. If you say to another that if you put some effort into your code, that is just saying that they are bad at coding. @SabotageWarning has lots of very good projects. People were saying that he needed more effort, he has enough effort. You don't need popularity, people get attention of astounding new projects that no one has ever thought of. If you make a great project and you think that, go to a family member or a friend and ask them if it is good. Then you should get some feedback from them. All you need to get some crowds over your projects is, a game or something that is brand new and can start innovation.
HOPSCOTCH IS NOT ABOUT POPULARITY, IT IS ABOUT MAKING GAMES AND MOVIES THAT HAVE CODE IN IT.
Mario, is out!