Make the game your own ... and share it with the world!
You've finished making Cat & Mouse, but that's just the beginning of your coding adventure. Now's your chance to add new gameplay features, graphics and sound effects to the game, and make it something unique. Share you remix in the Chromeworks Cat & Mouse Studio, and we'll show the best of them on our weekly YouTube live stream.
What's a remix, anyway?
A remix is a modified version of a project made by another Scratcher. Remixing is a great way to learn coding concepts by working with projects that have been put together by more experienced coders. You can take a project that's beyond your current skill level and use a remix to experiment with their code, tweak and change a few settings. Have fun and create something new without having to build an entire game by yourself.
Isn't copying someone else's work bad?
Not in Scratch! We're all here to learn, and the makers of Scratch encourage users to learn from each other by borrowing code from each other. When you remix somebody else's project, Scratch automatically gives credit to the original author of the project, and most Scratchers consider it a compliment when you remix them. You can also thank other Scratchers for their help in the credits section on your Project Page.
1. Modify the game
Add a new twist to Cat & Mouse by changing the graphics, backgrounds, sound effects, background music or Game Over screen. Better yet, show off your new coding skills by adding new twists to the gameplay. Here are some ideas that other Scratchers have tried in the past.
Make the mice run away from you
Make a dog appear and start chasing the cat
Add a power-up that temporarily increases your speed
Add multiple levels to the game
Make the background randomly change every few seconds
Make different creatures spawn for your cat to chase