Build an iPhone game in your browser
Edit code for a basic turn-based game. The code uses the Swift programming language, but the concepts you learn will apply to all programming languages. You will use variables to store data and functions to define pieces of code. You will also use if-then-else statements to decide which piece of code to run and for-loops to run a piece of code multiple times. Start off by creating a critter to compete with other critters. Your critter knows some moves, but it's up to you to train it when to use them -- using code! Follow the steps closely and your critter's training will be complete in no time!
|Year band(s)||7-8, 9-10|
|Content type||Course or tutorial|
|Core and overarching concepts||Implementation (programming)|
|Technologies & Programming Languages||other programming languages|
|Keywords||Computer science, Coding, Programming, Computational Thinking, Swift, Programming language, Online code editor, Edit code, Remix, Game creation, Gaming|
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