1,900th GUIDE! Trash Panda 2: Garbage Day @adafruit @johnedgarpark #adafruit @msmakecode
Our 1,900th guide has landed in the Learn System! It’s John Park’s Trash Panda 2: Garbage Day and it’s lots of fun! You can make it with MakeCode Arcade, and mod and hack it all you like.
In Trash Panda 2: Garbage Day, you play as the suburban dweller just trying to get some sleep when the raccoons and cats decide its time to make noise and throw garbage our of the trash bins! You must try to stop them by shining your flashlight on them. But you can only play at night, so be sure that your PyGamer or PyBadge‘s light sensor indicates it’s dark out!
With this game, you’ll learn about tile arrays, gravity, using the light sensor, and more! Plus, you can have fun challenging your friends to see who can get the highest score!
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