Rock, Paper, Scissors makes for a great first project for the BBC micro:bit as it makes the most of the micro:bit’s inputs, and also uses logic such as random numbers.
About The Author
Ali works as an app and games developer. His company, Chaos Created, is based in Bristol in the UK. His career in coding started when he began creating downloadable content for the Creatures series of PC games, and later his works were officially published by the game's developer. Since then, he's gone on to create commissioned apps and games for Carphone Warehouse, Nokia, TES, and Tesco, along with in-house games including Zombies Ate My City, Pancake Panic, Langeroo Adventures and Timedancer. He is a self-taught programmer and runs coding workshops all over the UK, and is a regular presenter at TeenTech events.
BBC micro:bit – Rock, Paper, Scissors (One Player Game)
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