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- For a list of modifications, see List of Scratch Modifications. For other uses, see Mod (disambiguation).
A Scratch modification, alternatively known as a mod, is a modified version of the Scratch program, usually made by Scratchers with more advanced knowledge. The most common purpose behind making Scratch modifications is the addition of new features or blocks. Others include customizing the editor, removing limits such as clone limit and improving project performance. Projects made with mods that include extra features or blocks are not supported by the original Scratch program or online players, and the Scratch Website does not allow sharing of such projects. The license for Scratch 1.x source code did not allow the word "Scratch" to be used to refer to modifications, with the exception of attribution to Scratch.
- Main article: Mod Share
Mod Share is a website where Scratch 1.x and Scratch 2.0 modifications and projects made in them can be shared and played online.
Scratch Modifications Forum
Various Scratchers wish for a Scratch modification forum, specific to the topic of Scratch Modifications, complaining that the Advanced Topics forum is overflowing with modification information.[outdated]
- List of Scratch Modifications
- How to Download Scratch Modifications
- Alternatives to Scratch
- Communicating Between Scratch Modifications
- Why can't projects made in Scratch Modifications be shared to the Scratch Website?
|You can create one of these! A tutorial is available here.|
- ↑ coolstuff. (06/03/2008). "When I go to the Advanced Topics forum, I don't look for information on Scratch mods, because I don't care about them." ar-topic:34720