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  • GOCODE: Kids Coding Academy in Mont Kiara Kuala Lumpur by Computer Science Ph.D from Japan

Student's Project Showcase

GAME DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS

Escape the Dungeon

Click on the green flag to start the game. Your goal is to avoid touching the bullet. The bullet will bounce off a wall if it touches it. If you can survive long, be ready for a surprise. Your character will follow your mouse cursor.

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Created by: Gareth

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Forest Maze

Click on the your character on the bottom right of the screen to start the game. Your goal is to avoid touching the walls. As a game begins, your character will move along with your cursor, reach the castle to win.

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Created by: Gareth

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Fish Feeding

Click on the green flag to start the game. As the purple fish, your goal is to score as many points as possible by catching the falling food. Each time the Piranha("black fish") touches you, your Health is reduced by 1. Game ends when your Health reaches 0. Press "Space Bar" to move your fish forward. Press "Left" and "Right" arrow to turn your fish.

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Created by: Nick

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Paddle & Brick

Click on the green flag to start the game. Your goal is to break of of the bricks by hitting it with the ball at the same time preventing the ball from reaching the bottom by deflfecting the ball with your paddle. Press "Left" and "Right" to move the paddle.

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Created by: KeeRyn

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Web Development Projects

Student's Profile Page

Student's are able to create their very own profile page, showcasing their interests, favourite TV shows and hobbies. This website is a product of using HTML to write the contents and CSS to style the page.

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Created by: Daeton How

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Poem

Children are able to write and customise the design of their very own project. This project was created using the basics of Hypertext Markup Language and Cascading Style Sheet.

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Created by: Jake

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2-Number Input Calculator

Students are also able to create their own working calculator which takes 2 numbers and output the answers. Using HTML, CSS to develope the design of the calculator, while Javascript handles the logic and calculations. Thinking of buying a new calculator? Why not build your own.

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Created by: Aiman

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