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Scratch: Highest score based on variabes

If your students liked this, why not introduce them to a Bubble Sort (Sorting Algorithm) by learning about Sorting Alogrithms... then apply this to the highest score boards they have created by clicking here...

a) Creating a variable based on an input called name.

b) Adding a list called Highest Score to your game.

c) Using the Name and Score variables created in the Highest Score list.

Test your work... enjoy!

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