Vorpal Combat Hexapod Scratch Programming Guide
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Vorpal is integrated with the MIT Scratch programming language, which is a simple drag-and-drop system. It is used all over the world to teach programming in elementary school, middle school, and even high school.
You will need:
- A computer with the Chrome web browser installed and an Internet connection
- A Vorpal Hexapod with fresh batteries
- A USB cord, type "A to mini" (this is included in your kit)
Once you have those items follow the instructions in the article Setting Up Scratch for Vorpal.
If You Are Already Set Up
Go to this tinyurl to launch the Vorpal Hexapod Scratch Extension:
For convenience, you may want to bookmark that address in your browser.
Blocks You can Use
Descriptions of each ScratchX block in the Vorpal Hexapod extension can be found in the article Vorpal Hexapod Scratch Block Reference
See: Example Programs
Logic and Flow of Control
See: Using Logic
Using Sensors to React to the Environment
See: Using Sensors
Vorpal Combat Hexapod Quick Links: