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fruit ninja in scratch by Esther Lin Tun
fruit ninja in scratch
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This game is basically just fruit ninja but its on scratch. It works exactly the same when you miss to cut the fruit you LOOSE.

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epic dungen
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homework scratch ninja 3 movie trailer
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Movie trailer project

Pumpkinoids
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What this project is about?This project is about a wizard who is trying to save Halloween from Pumpkin. The wizard assigned you to shoot the pumpkins down using a laser spaceship.

Chapter Nine Coming Home Final Draft

The ship landed. All the astronauts got out. August watched everyone being greeted by their families, which he did not have. As he arrived at his house, after a long flight, he screamed in shock. Because he had no family to look after his house for five years, it was a wreck. He went in to examine the damage. He saw a sleeping bag in his living room. Trash was all over the floor."Hey," someone yelled.A man ran out of his bedroom.August cleaned up the garbage the squatter had left. Luckily, nobody came back to live in his house, which he spent all his money cleaning up."Oh," Bobby groaned as he got out of the ship.He could already feel the health effects of being in space. He wondered where Veronica, his fiancé was. Why wasn't she here to greet him? At his mansion, he Facetimed her on his iPad."Why didn't you come to greet me when I returned," he asked her."Why didn't you call me on your ship? The Mars base had Internet," she replied."Oops," he said, " Can you meet me at the Extra Fries Restaurant tomorrow.""No. Sorry. I've got to go talk to my HUSBAND," she hung up.Bobby was upset that he wasn't getting special treatment when he came home. Where were the cheering crowds? Why wasn't he, Bobby Brown getting interviewed on the news? Unlike John Chen and Bruce Mars, he hadn't gotten to meet the president of the United States.The next day, Bobby Brown collapsed and had to go to the hospital. He was paralyzed for a year because he didn't exercise enough on the ship.Robert Green happily greeted his wife and daughter, who had been only a month old when he had left. Now, she was four... almost five."Polly," he said.She hid behind her mother."Mommy, who's that," she said."That's Daddy, Polly," her mother said, "you saw him on Facetime."Polly eventually warmed up to her father after he built her a large dollhouse.Ten years later, the crew reunited again to watch the next mission to Mars. Even Bobby went to the reunion. He seemed to have learned his lesson after getting paralyzed. Although, he did insist on taking all the leftover deserts home with him, and he didn't let anyone else have any."It seems like the new mission is going along great," said Bruce."Yes, they will be at the Mars base tomorrow," replied John."They are planning to collect many samples of Mars rocks. " August chimed in."It took them eight years to build the rocket because, after the crew spends a year on Mars, the rocket will relaunch and head into the Asteroid Belt. They will land on Ceres, Vesta, and Pallas. It will be an eight-year trip. They will be spending six more years in space," said John. The crew was silent. Four years in space was hard for them but eight years would be very difficult. "After this trip," said Robert breaking the silence," They will be able to start working on the Mars Colony and send people to live on Mars."

Prof. Oak's Quiz Whiz
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Try to remember the names of the Pokémon on: Prof. Oak's Quiz Whiz!!!

raichu io.
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Try to get all the eggs.

Yoda Sprite
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Walk, and think. Music in the background was created by AI. Try it out!

Applenoids + Wheatnoids
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Controls: Arrow Keys to move space/mouse click to shoot (btw the reason why I have a screenshot of a flashlight is because my screenshot feature on my mac no longer works)

Bobby Misses Dinner Chapter 5 final draft

If we were to grow a plant on Mars, would it work? To test this hypothesis, we sent George and Robert to try it out. Since Bobby needs exercise, he has gone on a very important mission to try growing plants with a hydroelectric system. But Francesca found him muttering to himself while sleeping on his shovel. If some plants did work, would the other plants not? Intending to grow plants on Mars with Martian soil, George quickly dug a hole and put the potato seeds in the ground. He put a thermal shield to protect the plants from the cold. Then he watered them. Instantly they popped up. George jumped back surprised. He jotted down notes. What could make them grow so fast? Meanwhile, Bobby was supposed to be training in the spacious workout room, but instead Bobby was having an interesting conversation to himself. "ZZZZZZZZZZZZZ," went Bobby. He had finally woken up when the recognizable dinner bell rang. He ate messily while one of the astronauts suspiciously glared at him. After dinner, all the astronauts got calls except August and Bobby. August didn't have anyone to call at home and deeply felt left out. Bobby didn't call his fiancé because he was busy stealing cake and sleeping. When Francesca had left home, her puppy had been a baby, but through Facetime she had realized that her sweet puppy was turning into an independent, young adult. Like Francesca, Robert's baby girl was not participating in the idea of Facetime. Most of the astronauts were frequently occupied by Facetiming their pets. The next morning, while NASA was talking to their seven brave astronauts, NASA asked if the crew wouldn't mind if they replaced the astronaut's pets with artificial intelligence robots instead of hogging Facetime with daily calls. John immediately replied, "NO." The others agreed. They said to NASA, "You cannot replace a pet, just like you can't replace a human. It is preposterous." still on call with NASA, George told them about the experiment with the potatoes. After lunch, the seven were supposed to be working out, but again Bobby slept through it. This time, he woke up when, John quickly barged in. Bobby was outraged. "How am I supposed to get any sle … I mean exercise," he yelled. John said, "NASA wants us to go get samples and analyze them. Bobby was still mad, but he got over it. Dinner was next after they got the samples. He was starving. He had only eaten nine slices of cake. He slowly walked after August, trying desperately to hurry. He did not want to be late for dinner. Tonight was cake and ice cream for dessert. The ice cream would have Oreo crumbs, sprinkles, and hot fudge. When they finished analyzing the Mars surface, Bobby had made it seconds too late. All the toppings had been eaten. Bobby was angry. He angrily yelled at John. He said, "THIS IS ALL YOUR FAULT FOR MAKING ME ANALYZE THAT USELESS SAMPLE." Next, he yelled at Bruce, the chef, for not making more delicious toppings and more magnificent food. The chef calmly said, "Thank you for complimenting my magnificent food, but you don't need to yell it." Bobby had already gone to his dorm. When Bobby had been taking a nice relaxing nap, his phone rang. Bobby felt too lazy to pick it up. It was his fiancé trying to tell him she was engaged to Frank, his old college buddy. After Bobby had finally cooled down, he apologized. NASA called and asked if the seven brave astronauts were prepared for their next mission.

Easter Egg Hunt
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Easter Egg Hunt

Dino Story
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