Computational Thinking Patterns |
To better understand parallel processing this game will help one to understand that with one instruction you can tell two objects to move in parallel with each other to get to a specific goal. In this game its your job to move the blue object and red object over the green+red target in parallel but by issuing each object a command. To do this use the mouse arrow to drag the direction arrows in to the gray queue above the blue box. To execute the commands use the spacebar. You can stack the commands or do them one at a time. See if you can figure out the sequence of commands and fill the queue before executing your commands. The queue can only hold so much so you might have to fill the queue multiple times. After playing this game you should be able to understand that single instructions can process multiple data (SIMD) and the basics behind it.
Similarity Score to Four Tutorial Games
This score shows how much your game structure is similar to the tutorial games. Max value is 1
This game's similarity score to Frogger:0.82
This game's similarity score to Sokoban:0.802
This game's similarity score to Space Invaders:0.734
This game's similarity score to Sims:0.274
Similarity Score Matrix
Below Matrix shows other AgentSheets projects sharing similar programming structure.
10/02/28 : 18:20:54