Learn find out how to create an simply reusable health bar sprite that may be dropped into nearly any scratch challenge with minimal coding. In only a second you may elevate the extent of your Scratch Games to the following stage!
These health bars work on single sprites, and clones, and solely require a single quick script to be dropped into every sprite requiring a bar. It’s so easy!
This Scratch Tutorial takes us by means of creating the Health Bar sprite, how to attract the costumes required, and find out how to add it to your video games.
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0:47 Sample Game Testbed
2:23 The Health Bar Sprite
4:10 Initial Coding
5:55 Using a listing to Pass Data to a Clone
9:41 Continual Repositioning of Health Bars
10:58 Short lived Clones
13:01 Health Level Costumes
14:49 Costume 0?
16:07 Setting the Health Costume
19:52 Sprite Health
21:12 Backpack the Health Bar Sprite
22:01 Making use of that is your personal video games (or Lemonoids)