Skills and Time
Time: 30 minutes Age Range: 8+ Difficulty: Beginner
To access this project from the Piper Computer Kit main menu, click StoryMode then click Cheeseteroid.
Look for the planet image like you see on the right!
(Note: You must have completed Mars before unlocking Ring Race.)
As you might have noticed as you played through the StoryMode levels, MiniGames unlock. MiniGames are represented by moons next to the planets and may be unlocked after completing the main project.
Each MiniGame consists of building a “power-up” or electronic component using the mini breadboard in your Piper Computer Kit. Instead of solving a challenge and moving to the next level, in MiniGames you may play over and over and try to beat your last score or time.
(Note: Any PowerUps built in MiniGames may be used in CreativeMode!)
Step 1: Build a Flying PowerUp
Find the crafting table and right click it with the wrench to enter PipingMode and get instructions for building a push button. Use the push button below from Bag J of your electronic components. The push button you have built is a Flying Power Up. Turn the Power Up on and then double click your jump button to fly.
Step 2: Collect Rings
Ring Race is a timed game and the challenge is to fly through as many rings as possible in the time allotted. To win, set the challenge to 25 rings.
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