Make the Rock-Paper-Scissors game on your micro:bit and challenge your friends.
Duration: ~20 minutes.
Cut 2 Pieces of Duct Tape about 9-10 inches long. Press the sticky sides together to form one piece of tape (this is tricky!). This makes the band of your wrist cuff.
Mount the micro:bit in the center of your wrist cuff band by looping a piece of duct tape around in a circle.
Attach the battery pack to the micro:bit and tape it on the wrist cuff band on the opposite side from the micro:bit.
Attach Velcro tabs at the ends of the wrist cuff as fasteners. You may need to try it on your wrist to adjust the size.
Decorate the wrist cuff with stickers, glitter, markers, etc.
We want the micro:bit to choose rock, paper, or scissors when you shake it. Place a
on shakeblock so when you shake the micro:bit, it will run part of a program.
tool variable to store a random number computed with
When you shake the micro:bit, it should pick a random number from
2 and store it in the variable
tool. (This variable is named
tool because rock, paper, and scissors are the tools you use to challenge your friends!)
In a later step, each of the possible numbers (0, 1, or 2) is matched to its own picture. The picture is shown on the LEDs when its number is picked.
if block under the
pick random and check whether
tool is equal to
if block, place a
show leds block that shows a picture of a piece of paper.
else if block to the
if block and check whether
tool is equal to
1. Click on the gearwheel icon to open up the
if editor; then drag and drop an
else if block in the
show leds block under the else if and draw a rock image on the screen.
show leds block with a picture of scissors to the
else part. You don’t need to check if
2 is the only number left out of
2. That’s why you can use an
else instead of an
Link of the whole program: https://makecode.microbit.org/_3kHLRkXR85s2
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