How to make a classic duck shooting arcade game using Scratch

A set of structured animated tutorials lasting approximately two hours that show your students how to program this classic arcade game. We show your pupils exactly how to make this style of game, one that they and their friends can actually play! They do this using Scratch, a programming environment designed especially for students. you can use these videos in the classroom for lessons, for cover work, in computer clubs, for homework or for self-study.

Part 1 - Introduction
duck1Part 2 - Planning the game
Part 3 - Getting organised
Part 4 - The background
Part 5 - The crosshairs
Part 6 - Flying ducks
Part 7 - Using sound
Part 8 - Special effects
Part 9 - Shooting the ducks
Part 10 - Scoring
Part 11 - Adding a countdown timer
Part 12 - Instructions
Part 13 - Animated introduction
Part 14 - Testing
Part 15 - Evaluating and improving the game
Part 16 - Uploading the game

Please note that there are various resources for making the games using the free Scratch tutorial videos. These include backgrounds, sprites, sounds, versions of each game at various stages and the final game. These are available as a free download to all schools and colleges who have bought a Subscription licence. You can get these resources from the Downloads section of the website, which you will see once you log in using the Download account details you are sent when a subscription is purchased.