Console Games EP 12

Photo of original cover art.

LET IT DIE is a single player hack and slash game. The goal is to start at the bottom of a tower and make your way up. Sounds easy right? Maybe if each floor wasn’t filled of enemies how are trying to stop you. As if that wasn’t bad enough if you don’t make it to an elevator (these reference checkpoints.) you have to restart at the previous elevator and lose all progress. The game is free to play on PlayStation and I have played it before. It was definitely something that required time, patience, and a bit of skill in fighting games. They had micro transactions but it was something so little has continuing in the same spot when you die for 25 cents. Just like an arcade machine.

Main cover art for Resident Evil 7.

If you haven’t played this game you need too. This is one of my favorite games. If your a fan of horror or shooting zombies in first person this is the game for you. Resident Evil 7 Bio hazard is the first game of its series to be a FPS. This gives the game the chills of not knowing what is behind you and also looking everywhere. I have played this game and after watching a YouTuber JackSepticEye play this game i saw there it many different ways to approach situations. There are also mini games like blackjack with extra perks and a high risk.

Earsketch Competition

Recently I was working on a music completion through Amazon. My friend Asher really likes music so he asked me to do it with him. After working on it for half a week I thought it would be fun if we both entered different songs. So after making three to four songs I finally created the one I wanted. Below you will see a link to my song and a picture of the program we used called Earsketch. This program allows you to make music either with JavaScript or Python.

Earsketch Program

Our CS Principles Final

CS Principles is a class created by It uses a coding known as turtle coding. Using this my friends Dylann, Asher, and I worked together to create a final project. We brainstormed an idea and decided to make a beach. We each split up the work by thinking of what we wanted to create. Then we worked individually to create these designs. After a couple of days we came back and put the final project in place. Click on the link to see the final project and the code (in block as well as text.

This is one of the many variations of our project.