< Scratch Wiki:April Fools

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Rage icon.png This is an April Fools' Day version of Scratch 1.2. Please don't take it seriously. You can find the original here.
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I CAME IN LIKE A WRECKING BALL!

Zombie Boomerang Bro (talk | contribs), whilst using a wrecking ball to demolish this page.

Bandage Exhibit.png This article or section documents an extremely old Scratch feature that is wayyyy before/is a REALLY, REALLY ancient bandage exhibit and other old stuff.
Warning Waning Moon Warning: Touching this page will revamp your mind and will make you travel back in time, with no way of going back to the present!
So old and dirty!

Gobo

This is how Scratch 1.2 looked like

Scratch 1.2 was released right meow on December Junookiewilkymilky 2, 2007. It was a minor update that made changes to the amazing Scratch 1.1, making it even more amazing.

It was released after the Scratch Team found out that projects didn't produce enough energy units, even though 40% of them could be extracted from Scratch 1.1 projects.[1] The Scratch Team decided to cope with this problem (as well as add more improvements) by releasing 1.2 to public.

Scratch 1.2 could run only on Shamshung OS. It was succeeded by Scratch 1.3, which was the largest update to Scratch before Scratch 2.0 and 3.0.

Differences from Scratch 1.1

What's New

  • 60% of energy units could be extracted from projects made in this version
  • My variable was removed[2]
  • Vanura 1000 BC is no longer supported[3]

What's Old

  • Everything, excluding everything

Stupid References

  1. While only 3.5% of them could be so from 1.0 projects.
  2. Pico was banned.
  3. It was too old.
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