Adopt-A-Unicorn



Giselle G., age 10 ,working on her computer. girlswhocodeclub921
Giselle G., age 10, working on her computer.

"What I most enjoyed about the project was the outcome of my hard work. I liked that I did something myself and it worked and was amazing. The process was really rewarding. I will be a 6th grader soon."
— Giselle

Who is going to like this app?

I think anyone and anything can be beautiful no matter who you are, what you look like, what you wear, etc.

Why is my app fantastic?

With my app you can make friends, customize your character and play games! There are so many things for you to do! As Dr. Suess says, “A person's a person, no matter how small.”

What are the functions of the app?

There are over 100 objects, characters and complex source code in the completed application (I built this app in scratch).

Pick a Unicorn.
Dress Your Unicorn.
Make Friends.
Play Bowling.
Use the QR code to buy or save wish lists (pending parents approval.)
Share Pictures and Adventures!
A QR code is included for users to track or buy items in a wish list. Parents authorize their kids’ communications.

How To Play:
Use the arrow keys to move your unicorn avatar. To get to the shop click the shopping bag in the bottom left corner. To change your avatar, go to the green arrow in the bottom right corner. For a little search game click the yellow arrow in the bottom right corner. To get to the arcade click the arcade machine in the top left corner. Talk to your friends by clicking on them. Disguise yourself from the paparazzi by wearing costumes! The last and most important thing is to HAVE FUN!!

Thank you!



Organization: Girls Who Code
Project Link: View Project Demo
Student: Giselle Summer Gulik
Type of Work: Game
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Grade: 6th Grade
Year Created: 2015

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