Write your own Raspberry Pi game
Step 05 — ResponseThat tells Scratch to look out for the Up key, but now we need to assign the response. Go to the Motion category and drag the “change y by 10” block into the “if” block. If the spacebar then Up arrow is pressed, our shark now moves. You can now repeat this for the Down arrow, replacing the “change y by” value to -10.
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