- This article or section documents the current version of Scratch (version 3.0). For this article in Scratch 2.0, see Making Scratch Crash (2.0). For this article in Scratch 1.4, see Making Scratch Crash (1.4).
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There are several methods to make Scratch crash.
One way of making Scratch crash is making a variable or list that will double itself, forcing the Scratch project to lag and then freeze or crash. These methods of making Scratch crash are almost guaranteed. The script needed is below:
|Note:||In Scratch 3.0, these scripts will make the project crash, but you will not be able to see the variables and lists duplicate.|
when flag clicked set [variable v] to (. . .::grey)::variables // Set this to anything that is not empty forever set [variable v] to (join (variable) (variable)) end
when flag clicked add (. . .::grey) to [list v]::lists // Set this to anything that is not empty forever add (list) to [list v] end
when gf clicked create clone of (myself v) when I start as a clone create clone of (myself v) delete this clone
Custom block method:
when gf clicked block // For best results, run without screen refresh. define block block
|This article or section uses images made with Snap!, a Scratch Modification which allows script formatting. Differences include block multilining and zebra coloring.|
In the Scratch Modification BYOB / Snap!, a simple recursive block can be used to freeze the program:
Alternatively, this script does not need a defined block: