I can't believe it. I reached 1k followers. I remember back when I got 100. Wow.
Thanks to @papayas4ever for being my 1000th follower.
Post any questions you have in the comments. I'll answer them all.
You don't have to be a follower to ask a question. You can ask as many as you like.
Don't add projects please (unless it's a congrats project or something).
Questions and Answers:
Who is your favorite scratcher?
I couldn't decide which one to pick, so I'll just say all them. Either me, @will_wam, @Za-chary, @-FinalTrack-, @Mathaino, @Griffpatch, @MathMathMath, @123768631, @Java_programmer, @Yllie, @Infin1ty or @Formonic.
Why do you smart?
Because I study, practice, and a have smart parents.
What encourages you to stay on Scratch?
It's fun! I have to keep up with my followers, and I enjoy making games and sharing them.
Which projects of yours would you say are the most underated and most overrated?
Hard to say. Overated is Board Game Maker. Underated is Coin Rush.
What is your all-time favorite Scratch project?
Probably Thank You by Za-Chary. Or maybe griffpatch tower defense.
What Scratch advice would you give?
Don't quit. Keep sharing projects, but take your time. And don't focus on fame.
If you had infinite time and resources to make a game, what would it be?
A 3D Multiplayer Battle Royale Game probably. Or some super unique platformer.
Pineapple on pizza?
Yes. Ham and pineapple. Mmmm...
In bedrock edition of Minecraft what does 2 + 2 = ?
I'd assume 4
How do you come up with these unique ideas for your project?
I spend hours doing nothing, considering what element might change gameplay, or change movement, or something like that. Sometimes ideas come randomly. Or I'll mess around with code.
Why do you do scratch?
The community. I like being able to see other's projects, for people to see my projects. I also like how easy it is to sense mouse movements and key presses. And I like the sound features.
What is your favorite game you ever made on scratch?
It would have to be Twisted Mind, Realms, or Keyboard. Though I'm really torn, I like some of my other games for different reasons.
How many fingers am I holding up?
Probably 0 when I'm answering this.
What inspires your projects?
My brain. Nothing really "inpsires me", I just come up with ideas. Though I do get inspired by other projects, like when I make noteblocks songs.
Do you play kerbal space program?
What is you favourite type of game to make?
Platformer Engines. Actual Platformer require too much level design.
How did you become such a good coder/Scratcher?
I learned a text-based language first. That makes scratch easier. And I keep learning and trying stuff.
How long does it take to make your average project?
It totally varies. Short ones might take 30 minutes to an hour, long ones take 2-3 hours to program and many more for level design, depending on number of levels and level length.
What is the most messages you got?
Not sure. I believe my highest is around 800, but I'm not sure. I check too frequently to ever get it really high.
What inspired you to start scratch?
As a young kid, my dad encouraged me to try a python programming book.That's how I got into coding. For christmas a few years later, I got a raspberry pi. It had python on it and scratch. So I tried scratch and liked it. A few years later I found the online version and joined.
What is the usual process to making a project?
Come up with a concept, program an engine, fix glitches, make some levels, add some new features, fix more glitches, add a few more levels, fix more glitches, write a description, share it, fix glitches, then perhaps share a level editor.
How did you decide your username?
It's a school username. I'd change if it I could.
How did you get noticed?
Mainly becasue Twisted Mind (Thanks to some famous scratchers like Za-Chary and DarkLava favoriting it) got top loved, then so did Keyboard and Trolled, and so on. Also because I kept sharing projects, and improving quality each time.
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