New game! This is the hardest project I ever coded :0
https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/410018234/ Enjoy! <3
Hi! I am @MatchaVanillaArt, a Scratch vector artist, animator and game-maker. This is a studio for all of my followers and friends :)
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I recently turned green.
I like the greenyish colour :) ~ vul
Matcha is very creative and artistic.
Awww thanks! <3 - Matcha
Matcha is the BEST! <333333 - Baba
MATCHA IS AWESOMEE! <33 ~Cookie
<33 - Matcha
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=x= Stop Generic Platformers =x=
"Generic platformers are plain and incredibly easy to make after you have made your first platformer. Unique platformers are encouraged, generic platformers are typically not an issue if they do not get noticed by a wide range of audience. However, if generic platformers and rip-off platformers do become popular, that would be unfair.
Scratch is about creativity. Just because many people like generic platformers, it doesn't mean that you should strive for popularity and not incorporate creativity into your projects. Also, Scratch is about improvement, it is not okay for an experienced platformer creator to repetitively create generic platformers because that is not a sign of improvement nor is it creative thinking.
It is completely okay for beginners to create generic platformers, I'm not against that :)
StGP is neither hate nor spam. StGP discourages unwholesome projects to be shared on Scratch, which is beneficial to the community. Also, Scratch is about creativity and improvement. It is totally fine for beginners to create generic platformers, StGP is not against that. However, it is not okay if an experienced platformer-maker repetitively creates generic platformers because it does not show that he/she is being creative or improving his skills.
Also, generic platformers generally take less effort to create, it is unfair when generic platformers become popular or front-paged while non-generic platformers go unnoticed. Scratch isn't about popularity or fame. #StGP only applies to experienced platformer creators, not beginners. Experienced platformer creators shouldn't keep on creating banal and non-creative platformers because this is unwholesome to the Scratch community. Please, for the benefit of Scratch, support StGP."