|This is an April Fools' Day version of Scratch 1.3. Please don't take it seriously. You can find the original here.|
Scratch 1.3 is the epic and ultimate upgrade to Scratch 1.2. It added better features, a better programming zone, and it added additional blocks and more pizza and waffles, both of which were the top suggested thing by literally every single being in the Scratch community in the first place.
How it began
It began when Scratch Cat was in the computer lab on his giant computer with all the files for Scratch 1.2. He was drinking Diet Costume. Then, he went to draw this idea for a new Scratch. It was going to be an amazing Scratch version.
|“||Oh boy, this new version is gonna be super epic!||”|
– Scratch Cat, 2005
Soon, ceebee of the Scratch Team saw the sketches of the UI, and Scratch Cat got a phone call on his Shamshung celluar device.
|“||This is a great idea||”|
– Accurate Transcription of the phone call on Scratch Cat’s Shamshung phone
He went to the studio where the Scratch programming language was being programmed and got to work on the Scratch 1.3. It took one millisecond to complete. In the end, the team got the most epic version of Scratch. It lasted until 1.4
Scratch 1.3 introduced a brand new UI with fresh waffles and pizza. It introduced the lights out mode from Twitter because it was in pitch black and it's even better than the regular UI and light mode. The user can even customize the fonts on the UI. All the menus are crammed into one window, and can be taken out.
The most noticiable change was the UI and the inclusion of pizza and waffles. Everything looks smooth Even the paint editor writes and erases smooth.
The end of Scratch 1.3
The end of everyone's favorite version of Scratch was confirmed when the Scratch Team wrote this piece of text all over the front page. It was even on the site footer:
|“||HEY GUYS! We're glad to announce THE BRAND NEW EPICER SCRATCH 1.4||”|
– Scratch Team, 2012
- Yes. According to this article, it was a millisecond
- Just like Josh