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Step 08 — RandomiseSet “x” to 205. To stop the fish always appearing in the same place, go to Operators and drag the “pick random 1 to 10” block into the “y” value. Set values to -180 and 180. Next, go to Control and drag in “forever” to snap in below “go to”, then go to Motion and pull the “change x by” block inside it. Change x to -5.
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