Illustrate a joke with bitsy

bitsy is a a little engine for little games, worlds, and stories. It is suited to teach children from primary school some basics about coding in an almost „no-code“ environment.

Due to its minimalistic design it is easy to get started with bitsy. Click on the image to play the game:

To start the game press enter and use the arrow keys to go to the skull.

Read the question and press any key to see the answer.

Here is another game where you see the answer in a second „room“.

As you see in this example, you can also animate your sprites.

Follow the link to a Digital Whiteboard with instructions (in German) for a coding lesson I did with children aged 8-10 years: Whiteboard with bitsy lesson

Once you have made a game with bitsy you can play it in the browser. You can also download it as a html file. Each month there is a bitsy Jam whith a special theme. Creators can publish their creations on the site and participate in the jam.

This year in September bitsy turns seven and there is a special bitsy Fest Jam to celebrate the 7th anniversary of bitsy! 7️⃣ 🎉🎊 This bitsy Fest Jam will be very special one, because on October 15th, a Bitsy exhibition will be opened at the Virtual Museum of Screens, featuring classic Bitsy creations, alongside every game made for the jam!

🎖🟠🧡Take part in the 🧡 Code Week 🧡 challenge and make a project for the bitsy challenge: participate in the birthday celebrations for bitsy! 🟠🧡🎖