BEGINNER PROJECTS

Age group 6 - 8

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MY ROOM

by Urvi (Singapore)

Urvi created this project to showcase her understanding of events. All the appliances in the room can be turned on/off.

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FLYING FUN

by Evan (Singapore)

Collect coins to score while avoiding the oncoming planes. Evan has implemented the concepts of events and variables to create this fun-filled game.

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KITTY DICE ROLL

by Zacchaeus (Singapore)

Zacchaeus has applied the concepts of events, randomness, variables and conditionals to create this interesting project. Kitty will roll a dice when you click a button.

INTERMEDIATE PROJECTS

Age group 8 - 11

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BUNNY VS ALIENS

by Joshua (Singapore)

Goal is to help a cute bunny collecting carrots, while avoiding the aliens. Joshua has  implemented concepts of game designs to make the game more challenging as it progresses, and to ensure competitive dynamics amongst the characters.

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SPACE INVADERS

by Soon Juin (Malaysia)

In this project you must defend your planet against an army of spaceships. Destroy the enemy mother ship to win the battle. Soon Juin used a combination of computational and game design concepts like randomness, sounds, conditionals and variables to create this enagaging game.

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CROSS THE ROAD

by Luca (Singapore)

The goal of this multilevel game is to reach the other side of the road safely. The goal becomes harder and harder to accomplish as you reach higher levels. Luca has implemented the concepts of variables, conditionals and functions very effectively to create this game.

ADVANCED PROJECTS

Age group 11 and above

ALIEN RUN

by Vinh (Singapore)

Vinh made this game using Javascript after 12 classes with Bright School. Avoid obstacles and collect rewards to score as  the speed increases. View the code and you will realize that it’s not an easy feat. The game has over 150 lines of code! Vinh has implemented the concepts of variables and functions very effectively to create this game.

ROCK PAPER SCISSORS

by Milo (Singapore)

Play rock paper scissors with the computer using this fun app made by Milo after 13 coding classes with Bright School. Milo put into action the design thinking skills that he has learnt to create a use-friendly and fun app. This app is built on Javascript with over 100 lines of code, using multiple concepts of functions, variables, and conditionals.

REPAIR AND FLIGHT

by Wen Kai (Singapore)

This multilevel, retro-style javascript project made by Wen Kai  required over 800 lines of code. Wen Kai implemented concepts of user oriented game design and reusable modular coding to create this complex project after taking 32 classes with Bright School.