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KineScript Lite : Visual Programming

KineScript Lite : Visual Programming
Description KineScript is a visual programming language that children can learn a code and share it.It's easy to make a scene with built-in sprite characters, stage images and sounds library.Drag a script and build the script block to control the flow and to change the behaviour.You can build animations, games and stories easily to share them by email.Designed for children, but for all the ages who want to learn a code. KineScript is inspired by Scratch by MIT Media Lab and other open sources, specially cocos2d-html.The library contains many other artist's works; free sound clips and clip arts specially from openclipart community. Features1. Built-in characters, stage images and sounds library.2. Support user defined variable.3. ...More Customer Reviews Great potential and worth a look by Robert326 I was looking for an app for the iPad similar to scratch for PCs/Flash. I really liked the GUI that he has. This app is much better than any other of its kind for the ipad. Doesn't run on iPad1

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