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Science Olympiad, a science education competition, had 2 events both known as "Game On" as trial event of 2014 National Competition and of Division C of 2015 National Competition, and Division B&C in 2019.[1] These had to deal with programming games on Scratch.

Some games made during the competition can be played and viewed here.


Note Note: Full instructions can be viewed here.

Each team consists of 2 students each with one computer. Internet cannot be accessed and contestants can only use their own original content and Scratch's built-in content.

Each team has to come up with an original theme for their game. Games are expected to have the common characteristics such as collision detection and a title screen.

Judges will judge each team's game on what mechanics they contain and the game play style. The event lasts 50 minutes.


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