< Scratch Wiki:April Fools

Rage icon.png This is an April Fools' Day version of Pick Random () to () (block). Please don't take it seriously. You can find the original here.
The pick random () to () block is usually used to play the game "What number am I thinking of?"

In fact let's play it right now.





What number am I- WRONG!!!!!





I was thinking of pi. Let's try that again. What num- WRONG!!!!!





I was thinking of 3x. What- WRONG!!!!!





I was thinking of the square root of -865475645943/5464363. Clearly you don't know how to play this game.

Game Over.jpg

Implementation

The pick random block is also used to generate numbers using a seed. The seed is planted in the MIT Media Lab, and grows into a large tree which breaks a hole in the headquarters' roof. Then, the Scratch Team cuts the tree down and burns it for energy units.

If it picks 1, your computer crashes. If it picks 0 or 2, it will delete all of your computer files. If it picks 3 - 100, all of your projects are replaced with the Scratch Team's bootleg public service announcments. If it picks a negative number, your account gets banned. If it picks a decimal, the dot places a hole under you which is bottomless. If it picks an exponent, the answer is how many times Scratch Cat scratches you. If it picks any other number, that's how much gigabytes you lose on your hard drive.